UAE: Top choice for young jobseekers

The UAE has emerged as the most attractive country for young jobseekers in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region, with nearly six in 10 respondents saying that they would relocate to the country for job opportunities. According to the 'Fresh ... ( read original story ...)

Arab bloc won’t discriminate against U.S. firms in Qatar rift

DUBAI: Four Arab countries that imposed sanctions on Qatar have told the United States that U.S. companies doing business with them would not be punished for also working with Doha, four sources with knowledge of the matter said. Foreign firms have become ... ( read original story ...)

UAE- Maternal instinct nurses a business

(MENAFN - Khaleej Times) The #UAE is the ideal place for women entrepreneurs with a progressive leadership that is driving a diversity strategy to empower and enable women in different fields, says Shifa Yusuffali, CEO of Ideacrate Edutainment Company. ( read original story ...)

UAE dates: A long, sweet history of togetherness

From tissue culture to drip irrigation, new technologies have played a major role in reviving and expanding date palm cultivation in the UAE, senior officials told Gulf News. Nowadays, large-scale propagation of the date palm in the UAE takes place in ... ( read original story ...)

Dh10b boost to UAE education sector

In the UAE and Middle East, governments and private schools are heavily investing in the latest educational technology to drive differentiated learning and collaborative projects that will help students prepare for the technology-infused careers ... ( read original story ...)

UAE Property Demand Continues to Slow

Demand for commercial property space is continuing to fall in the United Arab Emirates as economic growth slows, according to a report published by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors on Sunday. The professional trade body for the surveying ... ( read original story ...)

UAE commercial landlords offer tenant incentives as demand falls

LONDON: Commercial property landlords in the UAE have been forced to offer tenants better incentives to stay as occupier demand fell for the seventh consecutive quarter. The claim, made in the latest quarterly report from the Royal Institution of Chartered ... ( read original story ...)