The Dubai World Trade Center is a huge business center in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, worked by Sheik Rashid Saeed Al Maktoum. It is situated along Sheik Zayed Road at the Trade Center Roundabout. The complex includes the first tower (constructed in 1978), eight presentation corridors, the Dubai International Convention Center and private flats.
The 39-story office tower stands 149 meters (489 feet) tall and a lion's share of the floors are let monetarily. At the time it was assembled, it was the tallest construction in Dubai (and UAE and the district) and the primary skyscraper along Sheik Zayed Road. The occupants of the building incorporate Federal Express, Johnson and Johnson, General Motors, MasterCard International, U.S. law office Curtis, Schlumberger, Sony, UOP LLC, Mallet-Prevost, Colt and Mosle LLP, and the offices of Italy, Japan, Switzerland and Turkey. The building is highlighted on the 100 dirham banknote.