September 28, 2014
"This is the first time in QAIA history that we exceed such a benchmark, and we eagerly look forward to reaching even greater heights in the future," he added.
The project would not only mark a huge expansion of Arabtec’s business but also boost Egypt’s struggling economy and help to resolve a housing shortage that has become a major source of political discontent.
An analytical study conducted by the Abu Dhabi Police has revealed multiple professional plans to rob bank customers after they finish their financial transactions.
400% growth posted so far in 2014; Qatar, Kuwait being eyed.
"Our units were completely sold out in 45 minutes and the next consignment will come in three to four days time,”
"Basically we are saying you can have it switched on, and it's up to the airline first to allow you," Maragakis said.
September 25, 2014
Pictures and videos of warped and damaged iPhones swept the Internet as hundreds of users realised their new smartphones were ruined.
The petroleum aid has not, however, managed to noticeably ease Egypt’s energy frequent power cuts, even in upscale areas.
The effect of Operation Protective Edge on tourism is also being felt,
The goal is to promote technological values together to preserve the planet’s resources, in a bid to encourage political leaders and organisations to adopt cleaner and more efficient technologies.
Madbouly stated that Egypt will obtain a concessional loan with the value of $500m for the social housing programme, over several years, with around $100-120m annual instalments.
Around 7 per cent of the Kingdom’s population work in the ICT sector, whereas the regional rate does not exceed 4 per cent.
BlackBerry is set to launch the Passport early on Wednesday in Toronto, with simultaneous events also being held in London and Dubai.
September 24, 2014
Qatar is the world's largest producer of liquefied natural gas (LNG).
As part of Damas’s redefined global strategy, the brand has divided its retail stores into two formats - ‘Damas’ and ‘Damas Collections’.