December 1, 2004
Yemen's Prime Minister Abdul-Qader Ba-Jammal sent on Wednesday a cable of congratulations to the Prime Minister of United Arab Emirates Maktum bin Ras
Abu Dhabi Gas Industries (Gasco) said on Tuesday it had awarded the American company Bechtel a $1.458 billion contract to build and put in commission a giant gas plant in the United Arab Emirates.
Mashreqbank has introduced a wide variety of additional mortgage and realty finance products to satisfy demand from a widening base of customers. These include resale transactions, refinancing, pre-ap
HP has again ranked first place in the desktop and mobile market in the Middle East. According to IDC’s Middle East figures released for the third quarter of calendar year 2004, HP dominated the deskt
Aviation passenger traffic through the Gulf is the fastest growing in the world, rising by 10 percent each year and creating new challenges for the region’s civil aviation authorities, according to in
DUBAL, the largest single site smelter in the western world and a leading producer of aluminium is investing in excess of Dh 110 million in the second phase of its casthouse expansions, as part of a c
Family businesses operating in the UAE are being urged to implement fixed and clear management strategies within their organisations, as experts predict they will increasingly be called on to drive gr
B2C e-commerce (business to consumer electronic commerce), particularly the e-shopping segment, in the GCC is set to witness a boom over the next few years, crossing the US$ 1 billion mark by the year
Technip, in a consortium with Al Jaber Energy Services, has been awarded a lump sum turnkey contract worth $62 million (€48 million) by Dolphin Energy Limited for a new terminal to receive and distrib
November 4, 2004
The main computer and information technology fair in the Gulf opened in Dhahran. It includes 30 computer and computer applications specialized compani
Speaking in Saudi Arabia, former U.S. President George Bush predicted that an upcoming economic conference would help attract more American investment
Ahmad Baja has come full circle.
The recent rains and snow rescued 1 million hectares of agricultural land in the northern part of Syria, al-Hayat daily reports.
He punches holes in the defensive line and slashes by defenders. And Bahsar Abduallah, a rising star on the Kuwaiti national football team, has lead h