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Construction Of Forbidden City Begins

Gammon and Billimoria has been awarded the construction contract for the first phase of Forbidden City, Nakheel's new project in International City, a Dubai based newspaper has reported. A top official has mentioned that the 4,000 low-rise studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments will be world class but 'affordable'.

Source: www.gulfnews.com  

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