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Dubai has learned lessons from the global financial crisis, including the importance of budget discipline and the need to regulate its property market, its Department of Finance said in a research paper published Thursday.The paper may help to reassure investors in Dubai as the emirate's asset markets recover rapidly from their 2008-10 crash, raising concerns about the risk of them overheating once again.The paper also suggested Dubai should adjust its economic focus, by emphasizing commercial rather than residential real estate, and by relying on "advanced" industry rather than property to fuel the economy.
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