March 9, 2005
Work will start later this month on the construction of the Sheikh Zayed Housing Estate in one of the localities of Jerusalem. The project is being financed by the Red Crescent Society of the United A
The UK-based hotel operator Chelsea Group is investing Dh100 million in two properties in Dubai under the Chelsea name, a top company official was quoted as saying by Gulf News.
A tour of real estate developments in Dubai was among the highlights of the second and final day of the Emir of Qatar's visit in the emirate. According to Gulf News, the tour included a visit to the o
March 8, 2005
Internet networking company, Cisco Systems, has opened its multi-million dollar headquarters in Dubai Internet City (DIC), completing another step in its Middle East expansion program. The offices hav
In the wake of the rising potential for RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology in the regional market, the Dubai-based integrated technology solutions major, Netlink, has announced that it w
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the eradication of naturally-occurring smallpox but no-one in the region is immune to a possible recurrence th
The tourism sector in Dubai expects to resolve in two years the lack of hotel rooms, from which the Emirate has been suffered for a year, according to Al-Bayan newspaper. As part of the construction b
Dubai Ports Authority (DPA) has announced that they handled 6.25 million tonnes of general cargo in 2004, achieving a commendable growth rate of 20 per cent.
In an acknowledgment of the growing international interest in the Middle East’s manufacturing sector and the investment opportunities it offers, Tekno 2005 – the largest show on industrial machinery a
Emirates, the fast-growing Dubai-based international airline, has announced that it will boost services later this month to the West African city of Accra with two non-stop flights each week, in addit
Dubai’s capacity for jewellery production is set to rise by over a quarter in the next three years and from Monday manufacturers have a new home at Dubai Metals & Commodities Centre (DMCC) purpose-bui
According to Al-Khaleej newspaper, a group of Emirati residents and financial institutions are willing to buy apartments at the "Knightsbridge" real estate project in central London. The Emirates are