Commerce and Industry Minister Tawfiq Al-Rabiah tours the Saudi pavilion at Big-5 2013 exhibition in Dubai. Al-Rabiah said the WTO accord in Bali would help boost Saudi exports to world markets. (SPA)
Islamic Development Bank (IDB) Group Chairman Ahmad Mohamed Ali has called for speedy implementation of the preferential trade system among member states of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (O
The Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu (RCJY) organized an investment forum for businessmen in Dubai on the sidelines of a recently-concluded conference of Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Associa
CAIRO: Gulf governments are willing to pour billions of dollars into Egypt to prop up its economy, but businessmen from the region are far more wary of a country where they have been burned before.
DUBAI: A unit of Dubai World has sold its Atlantis resort, which sits on a palm tree-shaped island in the Gulf, in an asset shuffle between state entities to help the group meet huge debt repayments a
NEW DELHI: Indian markets rallied sharply, shrugging off weak global cues, after a slew of exit polls
predicted a strong showing for the Narendra Modi-led BJP in state
elections, the results fo
BEIJING: Bitcoins suffered a new setback after China's central bank said its banks and payment systems are barred from handling the virtual currency.
BEIJING: China has approved a long-awaited $1.3 billion joint venture between its carmaker Dongfeng and France's Renault, the only global top 10 automaker not producing in the world's biggest market,
DUBAI: A unit of Dubai World has sold its Atlantis resort, which sits at the head of a palm tree-shaped island in the emirate, as the state-owned group raises funds to meet huge debt repayments after
SYDNEY: Australia's national carrier Qantas said it would axe 1,000 jobs and faces "immense" challenges in a shock profits warning, flagging a half-year loss of up to Aus$300 million (US$271 million).
TAIPEI: HTC Corp. will have to stop selling its One Mini smartphone in Britain from Dec. 6 after a British court ruled the Taiwanese company had infringed patents owned by Finnish rival Nokia.
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