Economy & Trade
October 14, 2014
Kuwait's government awarded over $20.7 billion worth of contracts by the end of August, almost doubling the amount compared to 2013.
Sheikh Mohammed also said that the federal budget for 2015 will go towards health, education and social services.
The Egyptian Finance Ministry expects gross domestic product (GDP) to climb steadily and to reach 6 percent in FY 2017/18 as private sector investment rises to 15 percent of GDP.
Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza), and the CIS and Africa, will be participating in Sial – Paris, one of the largest Food and Beverage (F&B) exhibitions in the world.
The UAE computer product market is forecast to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of about 8.47% until 2018, according to a research note published by Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
October 12, 2014
Stock markets in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates fell sharply on Sunday as declines on global bourses sparked a broad sell-off in the Gulf region.
Egypt’s agricultural exports to Russia have significantly increased and will increase further in the coming period.
Officials from Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza), the premier Free Zone in the Middle East, will be addressing a seminar on October 15 at the Kempinski Ciragan Palace.
Dubai Customs is taking part in GITEX 2014, which kicks off today (Sunday 12th October, 2014).
At least one million vacancies must be created to tackle unemployment among Saudis and 300,000 jobs are needed annually to absorb new graduates entering the labor market,
October 9, 2014
The Dubai Chamber Sustainability Network conducted a Best Practice Session on Road Safety as part of their ongoing “Be Responsible - Drive Safe” campaign in partnership with RTA and Roadsafetyuae.com.
As the servants of Allah, the Hujjaj, are returning from their journeys of a lifetime, Dubai Customs is on the alert to grant them a warm and reverent welcome.
Increased output and a sharp rise in new orders last month, however, appeared to suggest that confidence was beginning to return
October 7, 2014
“China’s slowdown is gradual... It is slower but it’s not the bottom falling out of China’s growth,”
Experts from the European Commission hailed Dubai Customs exerted efforts in the field of intellectual property rights protection, as well as the department’s progressive development of systems and programs geared toward combating the smuggling and trafficking of counterfeit products.