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Mohammed bin Rashid receives former Singapore PM and Sir Richard Branson

posted on 16/11/2005: 664 views

General Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Dubai Crown Prince and UAE Defence Minister received here this evening Lee Kuan Yew, former Prime Minister of Singapore. The meeting discussed bilateral relations and the common grounds that led to the progress of both Dubai and Singapore. Yew praised the success achieved by Dubai in all fields.

Sheikh Mohammed also received Sir Richard Branson, Chairman of the Virgin group of companies which owns 250 companies and ventures around the world. Sheikh Mohammed and Branson exchanged views on Dubai's potentials as an ideal investment place. Branson said expressed interest in Dubai as a major investment hub, saying that Virgin will open its regional office in Dubai next month. Virgin Airline, one of the group's company, is to launch a route between Dubai and London with debut flight scheduled on 27 March 2006. (The Emirates News Agency, WAM)


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