212 new companies chose Dubai Industrial City in 2012
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, March 06 - 2013 at 04:52
Dubai Industrial City has said the number of new companies opting to use services and facilities on offer by the industrial city rose 82%, or 212, last year, Gulf News has reported. Companies grew from 259 to 471 during the 12-month period, in Dubai's specialised hub in light to medium manufacturing sectors. The city also witnessed a growing demand for industrial land, with many investors having leased over five million square feet of industrial land in 2012, marking an increase of 14%, compared with a year earlier.
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