November 28, 2013
UAE announced Wednesday that it will participate in the World Trade Organization's December meeting in Bali.
November 27, 2013
Dubai is the first city in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region to host the World Expo, the highly celebrated international exhibition, the third largest global non-commercial event, following the Olympic Games and the Fifa World Cup.
His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum launched a $1.4 billion housing initiative Tuesday to benefit 10,000 citizens.
Turkey has received backing for Izmir’s Expo 2020 bid from 60 countries, and is confident of winning the bid, the country’s transport minister Binali Yıldırım was quoted as saying by Turkish media.
UAE-based EMS will release five new smartphones in the Emirates on December 10th.
With its shopping scene dominated by mega malls and shopping complexes, Dubai easily takes the cake as the region’s leading retail destination.
November 26, 2013
Etisalat has been blocking an important SMS to subscribers from du.
Dubai-headquartered Topaz Energy and Marine has won 2 contracts with BP to begin operations in Azerbaijan's largest oil and gas fields.
Rotana group, the Arab world's beloved TV channels group, celebrated their ten-year anniversary in style at the world's tallest building in Dubai.
November 25, 2013
Emaar Properties in Dubai and Aldar Properties in Abu Dhabi witness sell offs
The Dubai rumor mill is fairly confident that the city has won it. But the reality is far different. Nobody has a clue until the votes in the secret ballot are counted.
The star-studded festival is ready for take off with a total of 147 feature films from around the world! "Omar" by Academy Award-nominated and Golden Globe winning Palestinian Director Hany Abu Assad will raise the curtain on the decennial edition on Friday, 6th December.
November 24, 2013
The United Arab Emirates is now ranked 33rd globally for its Information and Communications Technology (ICT) development, representing a 12-place increase for the Gulf country.
Abu Dhabi has decided to scrap a five per cent cap on annual rent increases, the emirate’s top decision making body said, opening up a property sector where many are paying below current market rents.