Nearly one in four of the Middle East’s young people see the UAE as the country they would most like to live in, according to new research.

The annual Asdaa Burson-Marsteller Arab Youth Survey, which was published on Tuesday, showed that the Gulf state ranked higher than the US and several European economies when it came to stability, safety and the best place to set up a business.

Twenty-two percent of young Arabs said the UAE was the country they would most like to live in, while 23 percent said it was the country they would most like their own to emulate.

It is the fifth year running that the Gulf state has been ranked the most popular among young Arabs… see more

source: arabianbusiness