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Expo 2020 Dubai To Give New Impetus to Guinea
Around 370 delegates representing 173 of the Expo’s 190-plus participating countries assembled for the sixth International Participants Meeting (IPM) at the Dubai Exhibition Centre. The Expo 2020 Dubai will give a new impetus to Guinea by providing a strong platform to strengthen the relationship with the UAE, said Gabriel Curtis, Guinea’s Minister of Investments and
GCC Tourism Sector to Recover Faster
GCC tourism sector to recover faster than other Mena countries The Washing DC-based think-tank foresees tourism in the Mena region will not return to pre-pandemic levels until 2023. The tourism sector in the six GCC countries will recover faster than the other tourism-dependent Middle East and North Africa (Mena) countries such as Tunisia, Jordan, Lebanon,
Mubadala Investment income record high
Mubadala Investment income up 36% to record high of Dh72b in 2020 Mubadala Investment announced on Thursday that its income rose nearly 36 percent to a record high of Dh72 billion in 2020. A year also saw the firm investing a total of Dh108 billion of capital in various global entities, the most it has
Dubai Aims Food Technology Key Hub
Emirate’s latest initiative will help attract global brands in agricultural and food sectors and promote food security. The new Food Technology Valley will promote Dubai as a food hub of the region and attract global brands and leading companies in the agriculture and food sectors, government officials, experts and analysts said. The project, which was
Dubai Economy Launches ‘Do Not Disturb’ Service.
Dubai Economy launches ‘Do Not Disturb’ service to protect consumers from unwanted promotional calls. The Commercial Compliance & Consumer Protection (CCCP) sector in Dubai Economy has launched a smart service for the public to protect the public from random promotional calls. The service, available on the portal dnd.ded.ae, will allow consumers to report annoying calls
Dubai Real Estate Attracting Investors
There are nine main supporting factors that have contributed to the growth of the value of real estate transactions in Dubai during the first quarter of 2021, increasing 44 percent on an annual basis, according to the chairman of brokerage W Capital. According to Walid Al Zarouni, these include a strong Covid-19 vaccination drive, new
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