Economy & Trade
November 17, 2014
The Dubai Customs’ Client Management Department has organized a workshop on the Unified Complaints and Suggestions System of the Dubai Government.
In order to raise awareness of e-commerce in the emirate, the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry will organise its 2nd e-commerce conference under its strategic MENA partnership with Alibaba Group.
November 16, 2014
The UAE is already a hub for development and excellence but the nation also pays a lot of attention to innovation, which is key for the economy.
Saudi Arabia's 26th International Construction Technology and Building Materials Trade Exhibition successfully concluded following the four-day run in Riyadh.
Tony Abbott vowed that countries would add $2 trillion to global GDP during the G20 summit in Brisbane.
Dubai Customs has received the Government Deployment of the Year Award 2014, for its advanced container scanning system project, at the CNME’s fifth annual ICT Achievement Awards.
November 13, 2014
The Turkish government is preparing to grant temporary IDs and work permits, among other privileges, to around 1.7 million Syrian refugees.
November 12, 2014
Dubai Customs has bagged the first prize at the Middle East Business Leadership Award 2014 for the CSR Sector at the award’s fifth edition.
Leading Abu-Dhabi-based firm, Descon Engineering, will expand in the GCC and Iraq with $250 million worth of projects.
November 11, 2014
Egypt's annual urban consumer inflation quickened to 11.8 percent in October from 11.1 percent in September
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry in association with Afridi & Angell Legal Consultants, organised, “Real Estate Agreements Dos and Donts” workshop at the Chamber premises recently.
November 10, 2014
The Ministry of Labor fined more than 74,500 establishments with penalties over SR12.80 million (3.4 million USD) during 2014 so far.
Dubai Customs has clinched the UAE Ideas 2014 Award for Innovation, a newly-introduced category to the award.
November 9, 2014
Three-day visit will include 66 large American companies in energy, telecommunications, food, pharmaceuticals, banking, infrastructure and other sectors
November 6, 2014
Most women aged 25 to 44 prefer working from home due to the amount of responsibilities they have with their work and family lives.