Economy & Trade
September 5, 2012
Dubai Exports is facilitating the participation of 30 UAE companies at the country’s dedicated pavilion in KazBuild.
All-Share Index yesterday closed at 1,070.55 points, marking a decrease of 1.82 points below the previous closing.
H.E. Ahmed Bin Humaidan, Director General of Dubai eGovernment, received a delegation from Seiko Epson Corporation as part of an ongoing thrust.
September 4, 2012
A Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry-led trade mission will leave tomorrow for Hamburg to participate in the 25th edition of the Shipbuilding, Machinery and Marine Technology SMM 2012 Expo.
Head of Lebanon’s Economic Committee Adnan Kassar reiterated Monday warnings that the economy is at the mercy of political bickering and instability.
“On the economic side, it will be a disaster because the restaurants depend on nargileh for profits,” says spokesman for the group, Abdelrahman Bandakji, who owns the Petit Cafe chain of restaurants.
The United States is weighing a deal with Egypt's new rulers to relieve $1 billion worth of debt.
September 3, 2012
The Capital Market Authority (CMA) of Suadi Arabia has warned all institutions who are not Authorised Persons authorised by the CMA or an Exempt Person under the Securities Business Regulations, against carrying out securities business in Saudi Arabia.
Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Kazakhstan, is organising Kazakhstan, the Country Focus Briefing, at the Chamber premises on September 11.
A delegation from the Municipal System in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi pays a one week visit to the Republic of South Korea starting September 10th.
The Department of Finance concluded its summer training program that lasted for two months for students of public higher education institutions.
September 2, 2012
Dubai SME has announced a substantially discounted annual license fee for SME businesses.
The Dh26.5 billion project will act as an economic gateway of trade for Abu Dhabi.
Activity posted by Small Medium Enterprises in the Middle East region continues to remain strong and vibrant amidst the impact left behind by the recent economic gridlock.
August 30, 2012
Saudi Arabia and Egypt are going ahead with the proposed $ 3 billion causeway project that will boost economic and social relations between the two countries, said Egyptian Transport Minister Mohamed Rashad Al-Mateny.