Dubai has high energy demands. Experts discuss the construction of the Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant, economic benefits to the UAE, technologies, and safety. Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Jordan want to build nuclear power plants.
Dubai's tourism contributes 6% to the GDP; Saudi Arabia and Iran are hoping to emulate the success. Hotel chains and entrepreneurs are trying to capitalize on Iranian tourism. Raul Heraud reflects on tourism potential and investment.
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For many countries in the region, energy and tourism are seen as the main drivers of economic growth; two countries that are taking these two industries and pushing them forward.
Length: 12 minutes
Copyright date: ©2017
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