Economy & Trade
May 13, 2014
Dubai Customs organized an introductory seminar on the matter in collaboration with the General Secretariat of the Executive Council and the Public Prosecution of Dubai.
The head of the committee, Ezzat Khamis, said its decision was based on the investigations of security and executive bodies.
"When we discussed with Jordanian authorities how public money should be spent, we proposed more expenditure on health and education, and less on energy subsidies,” Lagarde explained.
May 12, 2014
Companies from across the GCC actively participated in the Best Practice Seminars for the Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Business Award, organised by Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently.
A high ranking delegation from Turkey led by HE Munir Karaloglu, Governor of Bursa, one of Turkey’s most industrialised metropolitan cities, visited Jafza last week to explore opportunities in the Free Zone.
Dubai Customs witnessed a mounting surge in trademarks registration from international companies.
The minister pointed out that by the end of April 60% of the first stimulus package projects, which started in November, was completed.
El-Araby stressed that the private sector “has always been and will continue to be the main player in the Egyptian economy.”
May 11, 2014
Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Arab Brazilian Chamber of Commerce to further strengthen bilateral commercial relations between the two sides.
The Customs Training Centre of Dubai Customs has organized a celebration in honour of the first-class graduates of the newly launched Customs Cases Diploma programme.
Political jockeying and sectarian tensions have slowed or stalled action needed to tackle Lebanon’s financial problems.
May 8, 2014
The energy-rich Gulf states agreed on Wednesday to resolve hurdles obstructing implementation of a long-delayed customs union, particularly revenue sharing, Kuwait’s finance minister said.
May 7, 2014
Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently organised a workshop on how to prepare successful contracts, as part of its efforts to support the business community in Dubai.
DP World’s Mina Rashid has continued its winning streak at the coveted World Travel Awards – this time voted the Middle East’s Leading Cruise Port for the seventh consecutive year.
Dubai Customs is keen to support and strengthen ties and relations with strategic government partners in order to continuously develop relationships and exchange expertise across government organizations to enhance competitiveness regionally and internationally.