Dubai's troubled property market

Major projects still on hold a year after emirate sought freeze on its debt repayments.

    Recovery in Dubai is still sluggish a year after the emirate was forced to delay repayments on its $20bn of debt.

    Multi-billion dollar projects have stalled and there is an over-supply of luxury apartments.

    Dan Nolan reports from the city-state.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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