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No one in the Emirates is above the law and accountability.
Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum
I started digging and found that Israel signed a peace treaty with the United Arab Emirates after the country had diversified their economy, instead of being solely oil-based. This diversification had brought about modernization. I realized that if you land the price of oil, countries will diversify their economies and as a result, modernize.
The fact is Qatar, Etihad, Emirates, Singapore, Garuda, all of the three Chinese airlines, Air New Zealand - the fact is that international aviation relies very much upon agreements between nation-states, and it is not an area in which you have free market operations.
I don't think our government really has much of a policy about air travel. I would compare the policies of United Arab Emirates, which has done a terrific job recognizing the value of transportation, of travel.
One of the most widespread myths about the deal is that the Administration is outsourcing the security of our ports to a company from the United Arab Emirates.
Matt Damon's anti-fracking diatribe was funded by the royal family of the United Arab Emirates.
Except for the projects in Israel, my being Israeli has contributed negatively to my global activity. It is hard for me, for example, to get projects in the Persian Gulf emirates.
Our ports are a vital link in national security and it is extremely dangerous to be considering their sale to the United Arab Emirates government.
I was outraged to learn that the president wanted to outsource operations at some American ports to the United Arab Emirates.
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