Monday, November 18, 2019

UAE

Lifestyle in the United Arab Emirates, Relationship between UAE and Bahrain, Travel to UAE to and from Bahrain, Media Partnerships, World Business and Technology Development in and around GCC.

Facebook & WhatsApp are most popular Social Media

* WhatsApp most popular preference for citizens and residents* Least popular are Snapchat and LinkedIn* Instagram second preference for citizens, whereas residents chose FacebookFacebook and WhatsApp are...

Dubai unveils yet another megaproject!

Dubai Holding on Sunday unveiled Marsa Al Arab, a AED 6.3 billion ($1.7 billion) megaproject geared towards tourists that is set to be built...

Banning all things Qatar

A photo posted to social media from the UAE on Thursday appears to show the former sponsor of Barcelona football club - Qatar Airways - covered...

Dubai ruler takes to verse, urging Qatar to turnabout

The ruler of Dubai has taken to verse to urge Qatar to concede to the demands of Saudi Arabia and its allies for an...

Six Arabs held in the UAE for Dh560,000 house fraud

A gang has been arrested for allegedly taking Dh560,000 from Abu Dhabi residents in a real estate scam. The Abu Dhabi Police said on Saturday that they...

Dubai’s record-breaking 1,100ft Torch Tower ‘full of expats’ bursts into horrific...

Fire 'spread rapidly' through a skyscraper in Dubai's world-famous Marina in the early hours of this morning. Alarming footage showed flames climbing up the 79-storey...

UAE Excise Tax Starts in October in Drive to Boost Revenue

The United Arab Emirates will start imposing a tax on selected goods starting Oct. 1 as Gulf Arab nations seek to deepen government revenue...

UAE jobs at Apple, Snapchat, RTA

More jobs have opened up for professionals looking to change employers in the UAE recently, with top companies in technology and transportation among those...

‘Disruption’ is biggest driver of growth, say UAE bosses

Almost two-thirds of UAE CEOs say ‘disruption’ is a major catalyst for growth within their businesses, according to professional services firm KPMG. Examples of disruptions...

UAE & UK leaders: Computers can’t replace humans

While much has been said about the risks of automation and 'thinking machines' replacing human tasks and jobs, speakers at the Global Manufacturing and...
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