Fujairah FM 92.6: UAE is for everyone: Sheikh Mohammed

UAE has once again retained its position as the top choice for young Arabs to live in and His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Dubai Ruler, is welcoming everyone to the country.  Covering 16 Arab states, the ninth annual ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller Arab Youth Survey 2017 revealed that more than one in three young Arabs (35 per cent) cited the UAE as their choice, an increase of 13 percentage points over last year, when just under a quarter (22 per cent) put the UAE in the top spot.  Taking to Twitter to comment on the survey findings, Sheikh Mohammed said that the UAE is a country for everyone and the country’s dream is for the entire Arab region to prosper:

Publication: Fujairah FM 92.6 | Media Type: Radio | Country: United Arab Emirates

Abu Dhabi FM: UAE is for everyone: Sheikh Mohammed

UAE has once again retained its position as the top choice for young Arabs to live in and His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Dubai Ruler, is welcoming everyone to the country.  Covering 16 Arab states, the ninth annual ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller Arab Youth Survey 2017 revealed that more than one in three young Arabs (35 per cent) cited the UAE as their choice, an increase of 13 percentage points over last year, when just under a quarter (22 per cent) put the UAE in the top spot.  Taking to Twitter to comment on the survey findings, Sheikh Mohammed said that the UAE is a country for everyone and the country’s dream is for the entire Arab region to prosper:

Publication: Abu Dhabi FM | Media Type: Radio | Country: United Arab Emirates

Dubai Eye FM: Private school fees in the GCC too high: Mohamed Alabbar, Emaar chairman

Private school fees are too high in the region and threaten to exclude poorer children from the education system, UAE businessman Mohamed Alabbar has warned.  The Emaar Group chairman questioned whether education should be privatised and said extortionately high private school fees were to blame for lack of access to high quality education and a general failure to prepare young people for the jobs market. Alabbar said: “I am very close to private educators. They suck the life out of the fees.” This came during the Arab Youth Survey panel discussion.

Publication: Dubai Eye FM | Media Type: Radio | Country: United Arab Emirates

City FM: Arab youth disapprove of Trump, see him as anti-Muslim – poll

A majority of young Arabs see Donald Trump’s election as the factor most influencing their region in the next five years, a survey published on Wednesday showed, and they expressed concern that the U.S. president was anti-Muslim. The annual survey by Dubai-based public relations firm ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller of people aged between 18-24 across 16 Arab countries showed 64 percent of respondents viewed the Trump presidency with “concern, anger or fear”.

Publication: City FM | Media Type: Radio | Country: United Arab Emirates

Dubai 92 FM: Arab youth disapprove of Trump, see him as anti-Muslim – poll

A majority of young Arabs see Donald Trump’s election as the factor most influencing their region in the next five years, the annual survey by Dubai-based public relations firm ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller showed, and they expressed concern that the U.S. president was anti-Muslim.

Publication: Dubai 92 FM | Media Type: Radio | Country: United Arab Emirates

Al Oula FM 107.4: UAE tops Arab youth’s favourite countries

The UAE has once again topped the world’s countries most young Arabs wish to live in, according to a recent international survey.  With a significant increase in the nation’s popularity compared to previous years, the findings of the ninth annual ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller Arab Youth Survey 2017, have kept the UAE for the sixth year on a row at the pinnacle of choices for young Arabs to live in, with 35 percent of young Arabs surveyed, citing the UAE as their first and foremost preference, a significant increase of 13 percent points over last year.  In another credit to the much-coveted living standard of the country, the UAE again topped other world nations when 36 percent of young Arabs said the UAE is their model country, when asked about which state they would like their country to emulate, compared to 23 percent last year.

Publication: Al Oula FM 107.4 | Media Type: Radio | Country: United Arab Emirates

Dubai Eye FM: Arab youth disapprove of Trump, see him as anti-Muslim – poll

A majority of young Arabs see Donald Trump’s election as the factor most influencing their region in the next five years, a survey published on Wednesday showed, and they expressed concern that the U.S. president was anti-Muslim. The annual survey by Dubai-based public relations firm ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller of people aged between 18-24 across 16 Arab countries showed 64 percent of respondents viewed the Trump presidency with “concern, anger or fear”.

Publication: Dubai Eye FM | Media Type: Radio | Country: United Arab Emirates

Dubai Eye FM: Arab youth survey- Sunil John Interview- Business breakfast

Publication: Dubai Eye FM | Media Type: Radio | Country: United Arab Emirates

Noor Dubai FM: UAE tops Arab youth’s favourite countries

The UAE has once again topped the world’s countries most young Arabs wish to live in, according to a recent international survey, according to ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller Arab Youth Survey 2017.

Publication: Noor Dubai FM | Media Type: Radio | Country: United Arab Emirates