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Middle East markets will open for the holiday holiday on Thanksgiving Day, marking the first time that the markets have been open during the annual Black Friday shopping frenzy.
The markets, which have been in operation since the early 1970s, are open to visitors from November 28 to December 7.
The Middle East Markets will open in all markets, including those that are closed on Thanksgiving.
The US, Canada, Australia, the UK, New Zealand and Norway will also open on Thanksgiving, while Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Israel, Jordania, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the UAE will open on Dec. 7.
There will also be a new Turkey Day Market in the UAE on Friday.
The first Turkish market opened in the US in 1978.