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The government does not make it any easier for the private sector to attract Emiratis

The government does not make it any easier for the private sector to attract Emiratis

Old Nov 27th 2013, 3:38 am
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Default The government does not make it any easier for the private sector to attract Emiratis

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Old Nov 27th 2013, 4:10 am
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The dentist, car service centre and laundry I deal with will all be closed on the 2nd.
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Old Nov 27th 2013, 4:11 am
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It's a local day for local people

The rest of you can **** off and run the country while we're busy
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Default Re: The government does not make it any easier for the private sector to attract Emir

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It's a local day for local people

The rest of you can **** off and run the country while we're busy
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Old Nov 27th 2013, 6:48 am
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Default Re: The government does not make it any easier for the private sector to attract Emir

Aye, because they 'run' the country when they're not off?

In my eyes it more stumbles along willy / nilly with little direction then randomly every now and again (probably on the advice of a westerner) gets shoved back in the right direction.

And before people jump in, this is everyday life I am talking about, not 'the greater vision' of Sheikh Mo, who in my eyes seems like a top lad who knows where he wants to end up. I wonder where his later education was undertaken....
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