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Bahrain’s Gulf Air Signs Agreement With Etihad Airways

Bahrain’s Gulf Air and UAE's Etihad Airways are set to explore deeper commercial co-operation following the signing of an agreement leading to further improvement...
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Hyundai To Replace Physical Car Keys To Smart Phones

Hyundai, a leading automotive manufacturer, has announced plans to introduce a new ‘digital key’ technology on future models, allowing drivers to unlock and start...

UAE Reveals Plans To Build One Of The Tallest Towers

Leading international hospitality group sbe said more than 60% of the work on SLS Dubai Hotel & Residences, its first property in the Middle...

UAE Aims To Create 30,000 New Private Sector Jobs For Emiratis

The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation will create 30,000 private sector jobs for Emiratis in 2019, according to the state-run WAM news agency.Al...

Dubai: More Than 700 Bank Accounts Hacked In 3 Years

Many cases of bank accounts being hacked and unauthorised money transfers made by replacing SIM cards are heard on Dubai courts.Out of the 1,406...

Jet Airways Cancels All Flights To & From Abu Dhabi

Jet Airways has grounded its operations indefinitely at Abu Dhabi Airport from Monday, citing operational reasons.The airline on Thursday cancelled some of its flights...
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Bahrain: Kuwait Finance House Enables Remote Banking Services

Recent updates of KFH Jazeel, the mobile app of Kuwait Finance House, a leading Islamic bank in the Kingdom of Bahrain, enables GCC Nationals...
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Bahrain: VAT Refund Desk Opens At The Airport For Visitors

Bahrain’s National Bureau for Revenue (NBR) announced the launch of a VAT refund desk at the Bahrain International Airport, which will allow visitors to claim...
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Saudi Arabia Sets New Rules To Raise Islamic Tax On Banks

Saudi Arabia set out new rules to raise Islamic tax on banks that’ll result in them paying between 10% to 20% of net profit.Saudi...

AccorHotels CEO says Saudi tourists will ‘want to be able to...

Tourists visiting Saudi Arabia will want to be able ‘to drink and enjoy music’, according to the global CEO of AccorHotels.Speaking to Arabian Business,...
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