Economy & Trade
October 3, 2012
A studies and economic media center has revealed that 90% of the customs fees at Yemen's ports have been lost because traders and customs officials forge purchase and sale bills of imported products.
Dubai Judicial Institute has announced its joint collaboration with the US Embassy in the UAE to be held under the theme of US Law Week from November 11 to 14, 2012.
Mashreq, announced a strategic partnership with leading retail franchise operator, M.H. Alshaya Co. to offer INSTANT redemption of points at more than 400 Alshaya operated retail outlets across the UAE.
Egypt will resume exporting rice following a four-year ban, Hatem Saleh, Egyptian minister of industry and foreign trade, has announced.
The legal affairs at DMA organized a workshop about the contract management.
Aqaba Container Terminal held a Women’s health day.
October 2, 2012
Egypt's stock market saw one of its worst trading days for a month as a series of disputed statements involving the Egyptian currency and potential military action in Syria sent investors running for the exits.
Exports from exports rose 7.4 per cent in September when compared to August, according to figures collected by the Turkish Exporters Assembly.
The Department of Municipal Affairs (DMA) finalized the training policy within the DMA and the Emirate’s Municipalities, Abu Dhabi City, Al Ain City & the Western Region.
Dubai eGovernment recently invited all its employees to the second quarterly meeting with H.E. Ahmad Bin Humaidan, Director-General of Dubai eGovernment at its headquarters in HH Dubai Ruler’s Court.
Bahrain's Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) boss has said that he wants to forge closer ties between the private sectors in Bahrain and Jordan.
Dubai Exports led a delegation of flagship UAE companies and potential exporters to the III ASPA CEO Summit, held in Lima.
The Iranian Riyal nosedives to record lows during trading on Monday, as sanctions for the islamic Republics nuclear ambition begin to hit. This drops follows a month-long sell-off as investors seek safer bets.
Lebanon's trade deficit widen to 19 per cent year-on-year, as fears for the economy grow.
October 1, 2012
Yemen and US Agency for International Development (USAID) signed here on Sunday an agreement of $180 million to support the development of the areas affected by the war against terrorism in Abyan province.