“We don’t do those flashy things. We let the flashy people do that. We’re realistic people. We’re very focused on the ground,” Abdulla Al Gurg.
Easa Saleh Al Gurg Group general manager Abdulla Al Gurg says the firm will not deviate from its low-key approach to real estate development as it builds up its UAE and UK portfolios. Yamurai Zendera reports.
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