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Ian Hay Davison, Dealing with Dubai: The regulator's
In 2002 the Dubai authorities announced the appointment of a
distinguished chairman to its financial regulator that would
give credibility to the country's attempts to establish itself
as the leading Arab financial centre. Just two years later he
was fired. Ian Hay Davison gives an exclusive first-hand
account of the events that led to his dismissal.
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