happenings this month Dubai-Opoly to hit stores in the UAE
Dubai-Opoly to hit stores in the UAE
Updated on 13 February 2017

Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has announced that it has launched Dubai-Opoly, a new recreational game as part of its efforts to promote Dubai as a global hub for business and trade.

Modelled after the world-famous Monopoly board game, Dubai-Opoly will soon hit store shelves in the UAE and GCC region, and feature some of the emirate’s most prominent landmarks and attractions. The new game complements Dubai Chamber’s efforts to strengthen the emirate’s reputation as a thriving centre of commerce and a leading tourist destination.

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