ABU DHABI, April 26 (Reuters) - Investors in the United Arab Emirates on Tuesday announced plans to spend nearly $2.5 billion to transform Abu Dhabi into the region's main auto centre, the official WAM news agency reported. The agency said investors said they plan to build a $2 billion auto complex, called Autpolis, which will include showrooms, an auto museum, shopping facilities, a 45 to 50 storey hotel and an exhibition centre to host international auto shows. Investors also plan to ...
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