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see Burj KhalifaBurj Khalifa
[Arab.,=Khalifa Tower], skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, that is the tallest building in the world. The centerpiece of a large urban development, it stands 2,717 ft (828 m) high and has 163 floors.
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The move is a departure for Emr, a listed developer more commonly known for luxury living units, such as the apartments in Burj Khalifa and Downtown Burj Dubai.
"The Lifestyle the World Will Look Up To"--Kipp likes that part, but Burj Dubai? Is this just a case of serious denial or the one of the worst oversights in Dubai's young advertising history?
As a result, every Burj Dubai resident and visitor will benefit from duAAEs state-of-the-art ethernet to the home technology; this enables customers to enjoy a variety of services including du IPTV, broadband with 24 Mbps, voice telephony, Video on Demand, IP telephony, leased lines and Multi Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) among others.
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With investor confidence in Dubai badly bruised by the emirate's announcement in November that it would seek a debt standstill for one of its largest conglomerates, the Burj Dubai is seen as a positive start to the year after a bleak 2009.
The trip to the sky begins at the lower ground level of the Dubai Mall, where visitors are put in the right mood by a multimedia presentation before they enter the elevator lobby at the concourse of the Burj Dubai. At the deck, there will be a boutique, where merchandise items and souvenirs can be purchased.
'There was big buying into heavyweight stocks like Emaar ahead of the opening of Burj Dubai,' says Ayman el-Saheb, Darahem Financial Brokerage director of operations.
<div class="imageNone" style="width: 450px;"><img id="9631" class="imgPhoto" src="http://img.ibtimes.com/www/data/articles/full/2010/01/04/9631.jpg" alt="The skyline of Dubai shows the Burj Dubai Tower, the tallest tower in the world January 4, 2010.
Summary: Middle East markets should make a steady start to 2010 on Sunday as a positive international backdrop and the grand opening of Burj Dubai - the world's tallest tower - bolsters sentiment following a turbulent past 12 months.Aa"Looking at last year, coming off the back of sustained correction, the first week of January was pretty strong and I wouldn't be surprised if there's a positive beginning to the week [in Dubai]," says Ali Khan.
Chairman Mohamed Alabbar, who held a media briefing on Monday for the opening of the skyscraper, said the Burj Dubai opening would have a positive impact on the first three quarters of 2010.
The conference coincides with the inauguration of the Burj Dubai as well as the fourth anniversary of the accession of His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.