Economy & Trade
July 8, 2012
A delegation from Dubai Supreme Council of Energy paid a visit to Dubai eGovernment Department headquartered in HH Dubai Ruler’s Court to share strategic experiences.
July 5, 2012
Despite the lack of unrest, the Kingdom is still struggling with rising unemployment.
The regional boss of business title Fortune reckons that while the Arab world may be producing highly talented executives, when it comes to creative thinking, it’s still a small fish in a big pond.
July 4, 2012
Dubai Customs organized a three days training course about CITES the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Centre for Responsible Business-published second newsletter of the year, CSR Al Youm, celebrates the World Environment Day.
Dubai Exports, the export promotion agency of the Department of Economic Development - Government of Dubai, will lead a multi-sector trade mission to the Central Asian republic of Kazakhstan this year.
Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO) launched phase III of its Light Industrial Units (LIU) with a ground breaking ceremony that paved the way for construction works of the AED32.44 million project.
July 3, 2012
The Higher Management Committee of the municipal system had settled 528 employees issues in the municipal system of which 92 of them in Abu Dhabi Municipality and 436 employees in Al Ain.
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry is organising an indoor football and cricket sports league as part of the Dubai Sports World in the Dubai World Trade Center from June 28 to August 3.
The Egyptian government signed an agreement on Sunday with the Saudibased Islamic Development Bank (IDB) that will provide $1 billion to finance energy and food imports, the government said in a statement.
July 2, 2012
A slowdown in real estate development in key global markets? Not too much of a concern if you are the president and CEO of Siemens and have all the infrastructure and energy projects to pitch for.
The Palestinian Authority government in the West Bank is facing its “worst financial crisis” since its 1994 establishment, the Palestinian labor minister said Sunday.
Kuwait's highly dependent on oil economy could do wit new avenues or props for support - and one of those investment destinations is Malaysia.
July 1, 2012
Egypt's brand new President Morsi will continue to push for an IMF loan to save Egypt's ailing and crisis-ridden economy.
Complete stasis is not an option in the modern world. Andrew Shouler takes a look at ‘creative destruction’: the need to overthrow certain previous structures in an economy for the sake of productive renewal.