Dubai online shopping is booming in the emirate.
On Tuesday, the first day of the Dubai International Shopping Festival, the Dubai Department of Commerce announced that online shopping was now available to more than 1.3 million people in the city.
Dubai is home to about one-third of the world’s population.
More than a billion people are estimated to have visited Dubai in the past year.
The UAE’s Ministry of Tourism and Commerce said that online retail has been a success and is expected to generate an estimated $10 billion in annual economic activity for the country in 2021.
This is the first time that the Dubai shopping festival is offering a “virtual” experience to tourists.
“The Dubai shopping event has been one of the most popular and important events in the country,” said the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Tourism in a statement.
For many Dubaiers, online shopping brings an important element of freedom and independence, allowing them to shop anywhere they want.
Many people in Dubai say they are frustrated by the lack of online shopping services in the region.
Online shopping, however, is gaining in popularity.
A recent study by the Institute of Business Research at the University of British Columbia found that more than half of respondents in the United States said they would shop online when traveling abroad.
While online shopping and e-commerce are growing in popularity in the UAE, the country is still the only Middle Eastern country to have no formal e-Commerce policy.
Since opening its borders to the world in 1991, the UAE has become one of a handful of countries that do not have an official e- commerce policy.
However, a recent ruling by the Dubai emirates government paved the way for e- Commerce to be included in the official policies of the emirsates.
The Dubai emirsate does not allow e-business to be registered in any way.
However the emiri’s decision has led to an increase in the number of online merchants in the Arab country.
An online shopping experience can include shopping at the airport, in a shopping mall or a convenience store.
The UAE is also known for its large number of malls, and many of the malls have been used to host large-scale events, such as the World Economic Forum, the United Nations World Economic Assembly and the United Arab Emirates Olympic Games.
Online shopping in the Dubai area is also a popular way to find deals.
According to the UAE government, the number and number of businesses registered in the Emirate has grown from 7,835 in January to almost 11,000 in October.
In a survey conducted by the Emirates Association of Retailers, about half of the respondents said that they would choose Dubai as their next destination if they were able to shop online in Dubai.