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Friday, December 4, 2009

Will Dubai crisis impact India?

OLD-TIMERS will tell you that Dubai's early growth as a trading port had a lot to do with Indian workers.

Newcomers to the desert city don't need to be told about who is building the numerous high-rise edifices that dot the city. They just have to look around. Indians simply outnumber all other races. They form nearly half the population of Dubai while locals number only 18 per cent.

So when Dubai suffers a jolt, its repercussions are bound to affect India and Indians. Or has India grown immune to such shocks?

tabla! takes a closer look at the impact the financial crisis in the desert emirate will have on India and Indians.

To read more, please, visit Asia One

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