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Nexign Partners with Bubbletone
Nexign and Bubbletone have announced an exclusive partnership to develop an industry-first blockchain-based Business Support Systems (BSS) solution for the
The Case For Investment In Africa
With globalisation a key topic among today's top Business Leaders, companies that are exploring developing markets are increasingly turning towards
Turkey Looking to Improve the Country’s Investment Environment
While Turkey has faced many challenging times over recent years, a wide range of efforts have and continue to be
Abu Dhabi’s Real Estate Market Prepares for Stronger Growth in 2018
While the first quarter of 2018 has recorded a slowing rate of capital value declines across the UAE, developers of
IS ABERDEEN BACK ON THE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY INVESTOR’S SHOPPING LIST?
Mark Fleming, director in the investment team at Savills in Scotland provides his opinion the growing trend of Middle Eastern
Cyril Ramaphosa has succeeded Jacob Zuma to become the 5th President of South Africa.
Following Jacob Zuma's resignation, Cyril Ramaphosa was elected on 15th February 2018, unopposed, as the South African President. The Commonwealth
Dubai stockbrokers to be targeted by ‘mystery shopper’ programme
DFM signs agreement with Dubai Economy to perform quarterly checks on service provision.
Outstanding Insurance Solutions
Established in 1975, OIC is a public stock company, listed on the Dubai Financial Market stock exchange.
KIPCO Announces 8% Increase in Net Profit
KIPCO ' the Kuwait Projects Company ' has announced a net profit of KD 40 million for the first nine
DEWA signs OPSA contract with Siemens
Dubai, United Arab Emirates - Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has signed a 12-year Operating Plant Service Agreement (OPSA)
Investment Toward Airport Security High on Priority for Region’s Airports
Dubai on the forefront in adopting innovative technology to enhance security
IT Spending to Reach $155.8 Billion in 2017
Dubai, United Arab Emirates -- Middle East and North Africa IT spending is projected to reach $155.8 billion in 2017