Saturday, July 20, 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.

McDonald’s UAE boss says adding healthy food to menu doesn’t work

The biggest challenge for McDonald’s UAE is “making people buy more salads,” according to its managing director and partner Rafic Fakih. Fakih said there...

Abu Dhabi: More Than 40% Drop In Labour Disputes

Authorities in Abu Dhabi say work complaints from labourers have dropped 42% so far this year following an awareness campaign. The news comes after police...

Meet Hussain Sajwani: Trump’s man in Dubai

Hussain Sajwani wants the world to know he’s Donald Trump’s man in the GCC. From his perch in Dubai, the billionaire real-estate mogul is...

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...

Indian expat says goodbye to Dubai in emotional letter

After almost thirty years of living in Dubai, I left. Although the possibility of packing up had been hovering as a 'someday', the actual...

UAE: 60% employees skip office to work elsewhere

More than half of UAE employees work remotely every week, and over 50% do so for at least half of the week, heralding a...

All GCC countries are happier than Bahrain and Kuwait – Report

Bahrain ranked the penultimate place among Gulf States on World Happiness Index. Among 156 countries worldwide, Bahrain ranked 43 and came behind Saudi Arabia that...

No traffic fines in Ramadan for minor offences in Dubai

Motorists who committed minor traffic offences in Ramadan were asked to sign obligation letters instead of getting traffic tickets, Dubai Police said on Saturday.Major...

Businessman who landed a British electrician in prison in Dubai for...

Jamie Harron, 27, from Stirling, Scotland, has been stripped of his passport and faces a three-year sentence over allegations he touched a leading businessman's...

UAE: Social Media Influencers now need two licences costing Dh30,000

UAE influencers who make money promoting brands will need two licenses under new regulations – leading some to question whether it will be financially...
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