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Travelling on the flight from Dubai was Adel Al Redha, Emirates’ Chief Operating Officer, as well as prominent members from the UAE business community.
‘We will promote our bilateral weekly flights to 25 instead of 21 flights currently,’ says company’s country manager for Egypt
Company to retire seven aircraft from its fleet
An Emirates plane has been “involved in an accident upon landing” at Dubai’s main airport, officials reported. The Dubai media office has confirmed that all 300 passengers and crew have been safely evacuated
Commenting during a religious forum in Abu Dhabi, Gomaa also accused Iran of imposing influence on other countries
Depreciation can happen at a faster pace, the bank says
Egypt is the tenth largest natural stone quarry producer in the world and the second largest exporter of marble blocks
Al-Mazroui stressed that the situation has now settled in Egypt, but that investment regulation laws are not yet in place
White House says it is looking forward to working with Egypt’s new president, but also shared concerns
Gulf country’s move shows continued support for Egyptian roadmap
After tense ties under Morsi’s tenure, the UAE has become one of Egypt’s largest financial backers since his ouster
Mehleb was received in the Gulf country, which has been one of Egypt’s largest financial backers since July power shift
Egyptian FM also visits Saudi Arabia, Emirates to discuss environmental issues, aid to Egypt
NBD aims to enhance and strengthen ties between Egypt and the UAE, says NBD chairman
Final stage of the two-week joint exercise is set to commence within the next two days
Reuters – A real estate investment trust, Emirates REIT, said on Tuesday that it planned to raise at least AED 500 million dirhams ($135m) in Dubai’s first initial public offer of shares since 2009. The company will use proceeds from its IPO on the Nasdaq Dubai bourse for possible future acquisitions and investment in existing …
United Arab Emirates praises recent Saudi decision to list the Brotherhood as a terrorist organisation
JP Morgan said in a statement that it was “important for us to pause and assess our business, particularly in select markets, to ensure we are well-positioned to meet our responsibilities for the long term”.
Authorities accuse the Islamists of links to the Muslim Brotherhood, which is outlawed in the Gulf state.
The book narrating the life of the prophet Muhammed enters Guinness Records as the largest book in the world
The former presidential candidate is accused of profiteering, forging official documents, and seizing public funds