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On Emirates' glittering coast, pearl trade lives on


At a time of increasing awareness of cultural traditions in the UAE, pearl farmer Abdullah al-Suwaidi hopes to revive the tradition of pearling -- once a vital source of wealth to the Emirati people before the discovery of oil transformed the Gulf into one of the world's wealthiest regions.

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