Early history[ edit ] BCE — 7th century[ edit ] Records of the area where the emirate of Dubai is situated are very rare for any period before the 18th century.
Early history[ edit ] BCE — 7th century[ edit ] Records of the area where the emirate of Dubai is situated are very rare for any period before the 18th century. During the expansion of the Sheikh Zayed Road between andremnants of a mangrove swamp were uncovered which were dated to approximately BCE.
The Umayyads  regarded as the first Muslim dynasty,  introduced Islam to the area in the 7th century and sparked the revitalization of the area, opening up trade routes supported by fishing and pearl diving to eastern regions such as modern-day Pakistan and India, with reports of ships travelling as far as China to trade.
In the town was hit by a devastating smallpox outbreak which forced many to relocate east to the town of Deira, Dubai. This also had the side effect of the area becoming known as the Trucial States.
The success of the area led Sheikh Maktoum to sign an exclusive business deal with the British inmaking Dubai a British protectorateand in granted full tax exemption for all foreign traders.
Merchants from Lingah looked across to the Arab shore of the Persian Gulf finally making their homes in Dubai. They continued to trade with Lingah, however, as do many of the dhows in Dubai Creek today, and they named their Al ahram beverages Bastakiyaafter the Bastak region in southern Persia.
The emergence of artificial pearls had begun to hit the economy of Dubai, and coupled with the effects of the depression caused the Sheikh to explore other opportunities for expansion.
This resulted in the emergence of Dubai as the premier re-export business port, whereby goods are imported into a duty-free port and immediately exported to another market. The merchant class in Dubai played a key role in restructuring the economy and government decision-making in the pre-oil era of Dubai's development.
Today merchants play a fundamental role in economic affairs and the political structure.
In addition, again they have taken on roles as service suppliers, urban planners, culture mediators, and internationalists representing the region throughout the world.
Until the surge of oil revenues in the late s, political instability and merchant unrest existed and constituted an organized attempt to subvert British control and the ruling Al-Maktoum family.
African slavery was practiced until the s. The uprising of in Dubai was the culmination of a decade of grievances and minor rebellions against the autocratic rule of Shaykh Sa'id bin Maktum ruled In the s the Trucial Coast was characterized by great poverty resulting primarily from a decline in the pearl trade.
Much of the initiative for reform sprang from an attempt to ameliorate economic conditions—the leaders of the movement having previously been successful pearl merchants. The new government established in October lasted only a few months before Shaykh Sa'id with Bedouin support was able to overthrow it in March The collapse of the reform movement is attributable to the role played by British agents and the weakness of the political structure that was set up.
Arbitration by the British in resulted in the creation of a buffer frontier running south eastwards from the coast at Ras Hasian. A formal compromise was not reached untileight years after the creation of the UAE.
Rashid al Maktoum is widely regarded as the driving force behind the expansion of Dubai, causing its massive expansion, with the aid of the discovery of oil. Ina border dispute between Dubai and Abu Dhabi on their northern border erupted into war between the two states   and forced the involvement of the British and the subsequent creation of a buffer zone which resulted in a temporary ceasefire.
Once the first shipment of oil was made inthe future of Dubai as an autonomous state was secured,  and its ability to dictate policy in later years to the UAE was cemented. Formation of the UAE[ edit ] Britain left the Persian Gulf in the early part ofhaving announced their intentions incausing Dubai and Abu-Dhabi, in conjunction with five other emirates to form the United Arab Emirates.
To enable this, Abu Dhabi and Dubai are the only emirates who have veto power over matters of national importance, whereas the other emirates only have a vote on such matters. The Persian Gulf War ofin which Dubai as part of the UAE provided military aid to the coalition, unsettled the economy;  however, in the mids this stabilised and many foreign trading communities moved their businesses to Dubai.
Dubai continued to foster political alignment with the western world and during the Invasion of Iraqthey provided refueling bases to allied forces in the Jebel Ali Free Zone as they did during the Persian Gulf War.
The success of the Jebel Ali free zone caused the development of clusters of new free zones, including Dubai Internet City an internet technology area with ownership and tax related benefits, Dubai Media City a tax-free zone to increase Dubai's presence in the worldwide media, and Dubai Maritime City which will have many facilities, including waterfronts and harbours.
In the past decades, Dubai has become known for its successful building projects, including the Burj Al Arabthe world's tallest freestanding hotel,  The Palm Islandsa construction of three artificial islands in the shape of the date palm,  on which residential and commercial property will be built and The World Islandsa massive man-made archipelago of islands in the shape of the world,  and [Burj Khalifa]], which is the world's tallest man-made structure.
Zoning policies would be adjusted by Dubai's municipal government to promote resource conservation and eliminate sprawl.
As of FebruaryDubai along with the rest of the United Arab Emirates only has a reserve supply of 44 billion barrels of crude petroleum. The development of a broader manufacturing industry may create more jobs for women, enhancing the role that women play in Dubai's male-dominated society in addition to the rest of the United Arab Emirates.
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Al-Ahram Beverages Company was established more than years ago. The story began in when the Crown Brewery Company (ABC’s oldest forerunner) registered itself in the kingdom of Belgium (home of the well known Stella Artois beer) to start operation in Alexandria.