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Property Related to Dubai 2020 Expo Brings Investment Gains

The long-anticipated Expo 2020 will run from October 20, 2020 to April 10, 2021. Located close to Dubai World Central airport in Dubai South,...

Coronavirus-triggered Market Correction Could Hit Complacent Investors

Investors remain complacent about an imminent Coronavirus-triggered market correction of up to 10 percent, warns the CEO of one of the world’s largest independent...

E-dirham Government Services Revenue Reaches AED 22.11 Billion In 2019

e-dirham government services revenue exceeded AED 22 billion in 2019 More than 48 million recorded transactions in 2019 2 seconds was the average...

Citizenship Report: Community Impact, Gender Equality, Diversity & Inclusion and Sustainability

The Procter & Gamble Company (NYSE:PG) released its 2019 Citizenship Report social, detailing progress in its Citizenship focus areas of Community Impact, Diversity &...

UAE Research Program for Rain Enhancement Science highlights achievements

Research projects presented by UAEREP grant program awardees emerge as the most innovative among the 2000 participating scientists UAEREP team interacts with leading...

Small and Medium Enterprises Hold Key to Regional Economic Growth

A special report by Allied Investment Partners, however, reveals that with adequate financing and investor uptake still lacking, regional economic growth will remain sluggish As...

What Will Dubai Gain from Hosting Expo 2020?

Staging a mega-event like the World Expo has boosted the economies and international profiles of its host cities for decades – and soon it’s...

Fortune Global 500 Companies Recognise Importance of Emerging Markets

Oxford Business Group continues to attract leading global firms to its subscriber list The latest edition of the Fortune Global 500 Index for 2018 confirms...

How Will OPEC Output Cuts Affect the Middle East

OPEC is the organization responsible for regulating at least half of the world's oil output, and as such has become significant in recent years,...

Construction Booms and VAT Looms – Who Loses in This Equation?

     Construction materials prices rose last year, according to a Dubai Chamber report, even as the slowdown in the property sector continues ...

As Middle East Goes Digital Tech Companies Dream Big

Homegrown Middle East tech firms are attracting increasing interest from global companies seeking a presence in the region, according to industry leaders. Buying up established...

What Does Dubai’s Rising Cost of Living Mean for the City?

Dubai has long been a popular destination for tourists and mobile workers alike. With a strong economy and numerous opportunities for those looking for...

Dubai, Abu Dhabi Ranked Most Expensive Cities for Expats in Middle...

Dubai rises to Top 20 of the world’s most expensive cities for expatriates to live in Abu Dhabi (23rd) and Riyadh (52nd) also...

Introducing BRI and its Impact on the Power Industry

In early May, Chinese leader Xi Jinping welcomed a total of 28 heads of state to Beijing to celebrate the so-called 'belt and road'...

Dubai Development Moves from Form to Function

Once a playground for developers to design the most iconic and flamboyant buildings in the world, Dubai is maturing into a city where financially...

Dubai Year in Review 2016 – Plenty of Opportunities

While low oil prices weighed heavily on many of Dubai’s trading partners and neighbours, the emirate delivered a strong economic performance in 2016, buoyed...

Oil and Gas Industry Adapts to The New Normal

Where the energy business takes place is now redefined by new fundamental shifts in the oil and gas industry. Triggered by low oil prices, such...

Riding out the storm: the economic implications of Brexit

The UK’s decision to leave the EU is the biggest political shock of our lifetime. It has already led to considerable volatility on financial...