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In a development that further reinforces the UAE's important stature among the international motoring community, Liberty Automobiles Co. has announced the opening of the world's largest General Motors showroom.

Located on King Abdulaziz Road in Sharjah, the state-of-the-art complex was officially inaugurated yesterday evening by H. E. Sheikh Khalid Bin Abdulaziz Al Qasimi, at a glittering ceremony in the presence of high-profile VIPs, senior officials of General Motors and Liberty Automobiles Co. along with journalists and a select gathering of customers.

Addressing a press conference Wednesday afternoon, Sheikh Khalid Al Qasimi, Chairman of the Dubai-based Liberty Investment Co., and President of Liberty Automobiles Co., explained that the new showroom will be able to provide customers with a wider selection of vehicles, highly efficient service and an exceptional buying experience in a superior, comfortable environment.

'In the UAE, the Liberty Automobiles name has been synonymous with General Motors for the past 28 years, a partnership that has seen both entities grow from strength to strength in this region,' noted Sheikh Khalid. 'Our rising profile here therefore makes it imperative for us to upgrade our technologies and establish a state-of-the-art showroom that is fully equipped to bring the vehicles purchasing experience to the next generation.'

The massive Liberty Automobiles Co. complex in Sharjah is spread over an area of 400,000 square feet. The new showroom measures over 100,000 square feet and is designed like a boutique to show the full range of prestigious GM brands such as Cadillac, Chevrolet
and Opel, with a capability of displaying more than 80 cars at a time.


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Originally posted by Ballistic@Feb 15 2004, 02:30 AM
SO... GM supports terrorism? :chef:
Now, now, Ballistic. Calm down. UAE is actually the most liberal spot in the middle east - it's where expats and arabs go to party and spend money.

The UAE is a fine example of the principle that when you've got a prosperous capitalist society, everyone is too busy making money and having a good time to worry about whether, for instance, women are adequately covering their ankles.
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