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Abu Dhabi-based developer, Miral, has embarked on a major digital transformation project to create a seamlessly connected destination of world-class theme parks and attractions on Yas Island. Advancing Miral’s vision to create unique and immersive experiences, the project will take visitors on a highly personalized digital journey, enhancing Yas Island’s destination appeal to global leisure and business travellers.

Arabian Automobiles, the flagship company of the AW Rostamani Group and the exclusive dealer for Nissan in Dubai, Sharjah and the Northern Emirates, is reintroducing thousands of eager fans to the revived Nissan Patrol Super Safari at the Dubai International Motor Show 2017, which runs from 14th to 18th November at the Dubai World Trade Centre. The iconic off-road vehicle is back by popular demand with a range of enhancements for the modern day driver, and is being relaunched alongside the new Nissan Maxima Midnight Edition.

Samsung Gulf Electronics announced a new Samsung Pay partnership with Sharjah Islamic Bank today. Sharjah Islamic Bank customers, using Mastercard Credit, Debit or Prepaid Cards, will now have the option to make payments across the UAE using compatible Samsung mobile phones[1]. The partnership marks a new addition to Samsung Pay's extensive portfolio of major payment networks and banks, to provide greater flexibility, access, and choice for customers in the UAE.

It’s time again to hear the bated breath and pounding hearts of enthusiastic customers at UAE Exchange, the leading global money transfer, foreign exchange and payment solutions brand, as it launches its Winter Promotion 2017 where every day one lucky customer will walk away with AED 10,000.

Earlier this year, news that Amazon had acquired Souq.com threw the Middle East retail scene into turmoil, for the e-commerce giant's hunger for growth is legendary. Yet over the ensuing months, business has more or less returned to normal. As we consider how Amazon changed the face of India's e-commerce landscape forever - despite a late entry onto the local scene - and given the many similarities seen between India and Middle East market conditions, we could well be witnessing the calm before the storm.