Monday, March 21, 2011

"There may be wars, protest and revolution in parts of the Arab world, but in Abu Dhabi the business of making money jangles on. Buttressed by oil wealth – and a well-provided-for local population – the Emirati capital was more than safe enough last week to host James Murdoch and a cluster of other media and telecom chief executives. British influence in Abu Dhabi is not just seen in the three-pin plugs, but also in the tens of thousands of professionals advising cash-rich local companies."

The article in The Guardian continues here.

Unfortunately I was working for a cash-poor local company!

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