October 10, 2013
The Galaxy Round is Samsung’s attempt to gauge consumer appetite for curved phones
The world’s 16th largest foreign aid donor last year, the UAE spent Dh5.83 billion in grants and loans to 137 countries and regions around the world.
October 9, 2013
Iran’s minister of economic affairs has said it is false to think of economic improvement when sanctions are eliminated.
Political turmoil that started in Tunisia in 2011 and swept across the Arab world will cost the seven most-affected countries about $800 billion by the end of next year, according to HSBC Holdings Plc.
Hotels in the Emirates are gearing up for one of the busiest Eid holidays, thanks to a large number of events and exhibitions that fall in October.
Given that the commercial activity is still at a minimal, there is still a long way to go.
Studies conducted by the ESCWA recently revealed that the Arab region needs large investments in the infrastructure sector.
October 8, 2013
“The news that are coming out of our [Waterloo, Ontario] headquarters on what’s going on in North America doesn’t reflect what’s happening in the Middle East… we’ve managed to maintain our share of the market here and we are going to do what we can to continue that.”
To be known as the Dubai Water Canal Project is expected to attract 30 to 36 million visitors to Dubai yearly.
New research and analysis by the Arab Advisors Group has revealed that as of August 2013 the four satellite pay TV operators, broadcasting from the region, offered a combined total of 151 channels.
According to the figures just lodged with Companies House, the 38-year-old former footie ace also paid himself a salary of 14.1 million-pound.
The share of oil and natural gas in Abu Dhabi’s gross domestic product (GDP) fell to 56.1 per cent last year, from 58.1 per cent in 2011.
The unemployment rate for the third quarter of 2013 stood at 14 per cent, compared with 13.1 per cent during the same period in 2012.
October 7, 2013
The ministry has alloted sites for garbage disposal and dumping, he said, attributing the accumulation of waste to lack of cooperation by some Haj and Tawafa establishments.
Saudi female lawyers have often complained about their inability to use their law degrees despite years of studying and, in some cases, earning a doctorate in law.