UAE CEOs optimistic on business outlook

Dubai: Majority of UAE CEOs (65 per cent) are very positive on the business conditions in the country during the next 12 months according to Oxford Business Group (OBG) Business Barometer UAE CEO Survey. The survey designed to gauge the business outlook of ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai’s AstroLabs opens second co-working space for start-ups

AstroLabs said those that choose to setup their companies in the space would benefit from speedier business licencing in the Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) free zone and could establish 100 per cent foreign-owned entities. Companies to have utilised ... ( read original story ...)

Dubai Police rescue family trapped in a lift

Dubai: Dubai Police will train security guards as a first line of response to rescue people trapped in lifts after a family was trapped recently inside a lift in a shopping centre for 45 minutes. Lt-Colonel Ahmad Atiq Burqibah, deputy director of the ... ( read original story ...)

Sixth Turkish Airlines World Golf Cup played in Dubai

and will fly Business Class in Turkish Airlines and stay at the five-star Titanic Golf Deluxe Hotel. Abdul Moiz Khan will represent Dubai there after winning the competition with 43 points, while Marghoob Ali Khan was runner-up, Baris Saysel was third. ( read original story ...)

France’s Accor to open first SO/ luxury hotel in Dubai

board room and business centre, pre-function space and 1,400sqm fitness centre and health club witha gym, pool and spa. It will form part of the Uptown Dubai district, under development by free zone operator Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC ... ( read original story ...)

AP Interview: Somaliland president defends UAE military deal

The lease for the base is for 25 years. "Yes, we are allied to the United Arab Emirates and to Saudi (Arabia)," Abdi said. "All our business, main assets, are in Dubai. All our imports depend on United Arab Emirates, their ports," he said. "We have ... ( read original story ...)

UAE’s non-oil private sector growth eases in March

Dubai: Growth momentum in the non-oil private sector continued ... Some clients linked the rise to new project wins. Incoming new business remained in sharp growth territory, posting above the long-run average in March. The rate of expansion was at a ... ( read original story ...)