Economy & Trade
October 14, 2012
The Community Development Authority (CDA) in Dubai is participating in GITEX 2012, the premier technology exhibition and conference in the Middle East, under the Dubai e-Government umbrella.
A delegation of the Department of Municipal Affairs attended the European Foundation for Quality Management Forum 2012 EFQM in Brussels.
DWC’s state-of-the-art aviation and logistics facilities and groundbreaking multi-modal infrastructure among key presentation highlights.
The Department of Economic Development, DED, in Dubai is showcasing its latest technology innovations and eServices for customers at the Gitex Technology Week 2012.
Saudi Arabia has pledged $25 million to a World Bank “transition fund” that aims to ease the economic situation in nations affected by the Arab Spring, the Kingdom has announced.
Dubai Exports has been shortlisted for the prestigious International Trade Centre Trade Promotion Organisations Network Awards of the World Trade Organisation for the second consecutive time.
October 11, 2012
Under new decree, those keeping tabs on Egypt's state spending will have the right to refer lawbreakers directly to prosecution, according to the Justice Minister.
Yemen is to send a delegation to the annual IMF/World Bank meeting being held in Tokyo, Japan, this weekend.
Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry hosted a roundtable discussion for the transport and logistics sectors at its head office.
Saudi Arabia is prepared to weather the economic storm, should the continuing global financial crisis laps at the shore of the Kingdom.
Economic success in a nation can only be gaged through notions of 'human development', a system designed by Amartya Sen to highlight the real development through non-economic factors.
Holding the World Economic at the Dead Sea in Jordan shows that the country is "stable" and has is secure, despite worries over economic reform in the Kingdom
October 10, 2012
Inflation in Egypt has eased to 6.3 per cent as the economy remains sluggish despite government attempts to boost confidence
The DED in Dubai has announced it is fully prepared to implement the directive of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum to extend ‘Eid in Dubai’ festivities to two weeks.
The International Monetary Fund has said that Jordan's economy will grow by three per cent in in 2012, with the growth continuing for the next five years, although some wonder where this growth will come from as the global economy shrinks.