Abu Dhabi Won't Bail Out Dubai

Abu Dhabi Won't Bail Out Dubai

ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi, wealthy capital of the United Arab Emirates, will "pick and choose" how to assist debt-laden neighbor Dubai, a senior official said on Saturday, after fears of a Dubai default sent global markets reeling. More on Dubai

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