Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Money & Business

UAE mega projects power tourism industry

The travel and tourism sector, a pivotal growth driver of the UAE economy, is expected to record a steady surge in spending, which is...

Revealed: Top nationalities looking to buy Dubai properties

Properties in Dubai continue to gain growing interest from buyers, both locally and abroad. In August alone, some Dh2.7 billion worth of homes were...

Who’s the biggest winner?

We all cheered for Saudi women last month when Saudi Arabia lifted the driving ban on women. The next consideration was the short and...

Qatar banks need to rethink policies as some traditional investors cut...

Banks in the world’s wealthiest nation per capita will need to offer more yield if they tap the market as almost half of their...

G4S Sponsors ASIS Middle East 2017 Conference

G4S Bahrain recently sponsored the ASIS Middle East 2017 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Bahrain where over 500 delegates from 21 countries attended.Under the patronage...

EU to remove the UAE from tax haven blacklist, report says

European Union officials have proposed removing the UAE from a blacklist of tax havens the bloc adopted in December, according to a Reuters report.Eight...

MIDEAST DEBT-UAE banks “more aggressive” about selling Qatar loans as Gulf...

In recent weeks, banking sources say, it has become clear to many UAE bankers that Qatar’s isolation could potentially last for years.In recent weeks,...

Gulf carriers may be hit by foreign airline U.S. tax exemption...

Nov 16 (Reuters) - A U.S. congressional proposal that would eliminate income tax exemptions for certain airlines could affect major Gulf carriers, potentially worsening...

Saudi Aramco Buys Major Stake In Chinese Refinery

State oil giant Saudi Aramco stated that it signed an agreement with a provincial government in China to acquire a stake in the new...

How these UAE ‘bankers’ cheat clients with magic pen, 0% credit...

Fraudsters have got their hands on what is known as 'magic pens' to cheat bank customers, the Sharjah Police have warned. The police have...
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