EU removes UAE from ‘’uncooperative tax havens’ list

The UAE Ministry of Finance has welcomed the European Union’s decision to remove the UAE from its list of uncooperative tax havens, in recognition of the transparent procedures the Emirates has been adhering to locally and internationally. Younis Haji Al ... ( read original story ...)

UAE military instructed not to escalate row with Qatar

The United Arab Emirates' (UAE) military forces have been instructed not to escalate an ongoing diplomatic crisis with neighbouring Qatar, an Emirati military official has said. Speaking to reporters at a news conference in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday ... ( read original story ...)

Aga Khan arrives in Dubai

Dubai: Prince Karim Agha Khan, the spiritual leader of the Shia Ismaili Muslim Community, arrived in Dubai on Monday on an official visit as part of his Diamond Jubilee commemoration. His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and ... ( read original story ...)

UAE military ordered not to escalate Qatar crisis

UAE military aircrafts would also fly alternative routes over Saudi Arabia to avoid the possibility of interception by Qatari warplanes, air force brigadier general Helal Saeed al-Qubaisi told reporters at a news conference in the capital Abu Dhabi. ( read original story ...)

HC lets man cite divorce order by Dubai court

The high court pointed out that the plea about the Dubai court order had been raised in another application ... to be urged before the family court," the high court said. Get latest news & live updates on the go on your pc with News App. ( read original story ...)

UAE demand for business loans up marginally in Q4

Demand for business loans in the UAE increased marginally in the fourth quarter of last year, mainly because of stronger demand in Dubai, while total demand for personal loans was flat, a central bank survey showed on Tuesday. The net balance measure for ... ( read original story ...)

Over 3m UAE consumers lost $1bn to cybercrime in 2017

A total of 3.72 million UAE consumers lost approximately AED 3.86 billion ($1.05 billion) to cybercrime in the last year, according to newly released statistics from Norton by Symantec. The report revealed that more than half (52 percent) of the UAE’s ... ( read original story ...)