Chinese Business Hub combines the concept of new Dubai
It is increasingly apparent that Dubai is embarking on a new era of expansion that has propelled the
Emirate to the forefront of global business and tourism. This is being fueled by the impressive
continued success of Emirates Airlines, the increased need for importation of goods and provision of
services to maintain a healthy increasing population, the tourism factor (which aims to put Dubai as the
number one global tourist destination) and of course Expo 2020. The importance of Expo 2020 cannot
be underestimated with 25 million visitors expected in 6 months, 280,000 new jobs and over $35bn of
There is no doubt that Dubai South is the new heartland of opportunity in the Emirate.
We have taken into consideration the location of the 438 hectare Dubai Trade Centre hosting Expo
2020 as well as the location of the world’s largest airport Dubai World Central (DWC) which is primed
to take over from the current full-to-capacity DXB as the world’s busiest airport.
Just a stones throe from Jebel Ali Port , the world's largest man made harbour , Dubai South has been
identified as the Emirates flagship urban project by his Highness Shiekh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
Dubai South is key to the Emirate’s future.
Free transfer of funds and zero customs duties thus attracting huge foreign business interest.
Already China is Dubai’s number one trading partner, there are more than 350,000 Chinese Nationals
Chinese visitor numbers expected to surge 98% in the next 10 years.
We believe the combination of high demand for new Chinese business set ups in Dubai as well as the low
original cost of the work unit at the end of the 10 years.
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