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World's Tallest Building 2016: Dubai To Erect Burj Khalifa Rival

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Dubai is outdoing itself by amassing the tallest tower in the world for the second time. Construction has officially begun on the building that is on track to become the tallest building in the world, Bloomberg reported Tuesday. The Tower at Dubai Creek Harbour is set to reach completion by 2020 and is expected to outdo Burj Khalifa, currently the world’s largest man-made structure, also located in Dubai.
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