Dubai: Debt Concerns Receding?

September 2009
Emerging Markets Monitor;9/28/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 25, p18
Country Report
The article reports on the implications of the continued growth posted by the Nakheel 2009 sukuk in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It cites the effect of the news that SAMA Dubai will meet their financial obligations in full on investor confidence. The Dubai International Financial Centre 2012 sukuk reportedly posted a yield of 6.78 percent in September 2009.


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