April 29, 2014
It's all about the consumer: Around 45 percent of UAE residents use GITEX shopper to purchase their IT products, according to an Acer survey.
Choithrams and British-based Tescos will be joining forces to bring the supermarket chain to the UAE, a source has said.
Etihad Airways has announced more flights through key destinations in the Middle East.
Two foreign contractors have begun work on Qatar's major expressway project in Doha.
Dubai International has emerged as the world's busiest airport, beating London Heathrow with monthly traffic.
Iran is eager to enhance economic ties with Germany with the hope of securing $7 billion dollars worth of trade transactions annually, an official said.
The advisor to the Leader and the head of Expediency Discernment Council Strategic Research Center says French delegation agrees on easing trade restrictions on Iran.
The major construction activities on the Expo 2020 site will be completed by October 2019, allowing for a full year of readiness testing across networks, systems and technologies.
The Egyptian government sees its budget deficit, if it does not implement reforms, running at 14-14.5% of gross domestic product in the fiscal year starting on July 1
The Ministry of Education has introduced a new mechanism to enable the private school students who are unable to pay their tuition fees to join the government schools of their choice
The section has warned that those who are consuming these medicines are prone to side effects such as high blood pressure and irregular heartbeats.
The premier expressed appreciation of all the countries that supported the Kingdom during the difficult conditions, especially those related to the Syrian crisis.
April 28, 2014
The share of women's mid-market apparel within emerging markets is expected to rise to over 50 percent by 2025, and Dubai is leading the way in this development.
UAE's Union National Bank (UNB) has launched the first "Green Loan" in the region, which is designed to encourage investment in energy efficient products and related developments.
UAE's lead telecommunications operator Etisalat signed a multi-currency club deal worth $4.35 billion with seventeen banks to fund its acquisition of Vivendi.