An Emarati man talks on his mobile phone beside a man watching ...
Nov 30th, 2009
(Canadian Press) - An Emarati man talks on his mobile phone beside a man watching screens for the latest changes of stocks at the Dubai Financial Market in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Monday, Nov. 30, 2009. Dubai’s main stock exchange dropped more than 7 percent and Abu Dhabi markets slid more than 8 percent on the first day of trading since officials went public with the city-state’s huge debt crisis. (THE ASSOCIATED PRESS/Kamran Jebreili) -
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