Alibaba shares surge 46 per cent in their debut
New York: Alibaba Group Holding Ltd’s/sshares rose as much as 46 per cent in their first day of trading on Friday, lifting the Chinese online retailer’s value to $244 billion.
Germany's IT deficit needs serious attention
The Hannover Messe, the world’s largest industrial fair, is normally an occasion for German industry to celebrate its world-beating engineering prowess.
Dubai-UAE looks to cement its super-hub status with $32b investment.
Desert destination Al Maktoum International airport stands alone in the desert, on the fringes of Dubai.
Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on order in UAE on September 27
Dubai: Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones will be available to order in the UAE starting September 27, according to Apple’s online store in the country.
Instant messaging preferred form of communication: Study
Users prefer WhatsApp and BBM to communicate in the UAE
China trade surplus hits record $49.8 billion
China’s trade surplus surged to a record $49.8 billion in August, figures showed on Monday, as imports saw a surprising fall and export growth slowed in a further sign of softness in the world’s second-largest economy.
Expo 2020 to help boost region's economies
Dubai: The economic impact of World Expo 2020 in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) is valued at €17.7 billion (Dh89.89 billion), according to a statement by the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) on Monday.
Indian government mulling strategy to boost performance of airlines: minister
New Delhi: Concerned over “unsatisfactory performance” of Indian airlines in taking on foreign competition, the government is considering a new strategy to motivate them to perform and take away overseas flying rights of those who fail to do so.
Dubai Chamber inks MoU with Oxford Business Group
Dubai: Dubai’s two-fold campaign to step up preparations for the World Expo 2020 and increase the number of tourists visiting the emirate to 20 million by the same year will be detailed in a forthcoming report to be produced by the global publishing firm, Oxford Business Group (OBG).
Kodak gives Moroccan Printing Industry a Boost with the Installation of the First KODAK FLEXCEL NX Systemat DirectPrint
Dubai - Kodak is expanding its footprint in North Africa, following the successful installation of aKODAK FLEXCEL NX System. The installation - the first in North Africa - consists of a project between Kodak's distributor, Amigraph and DirectPrint, a reputable printing establishment in Casablanca, Morocco, that invested in the product to serve regional markets in labels and flexible packaging.The successful installation at DirectPrint is a result of Kodak's strategy and focus to increase its presence within the packaging/ flexographic segment in North Africa.