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Dubai retailers gear up for solid Ramadan sales

Despite slower growth projections for the first half, retailers across Dubai are witnessing steady spend during Ramadan, primarily driven by residents and international visitors, including those from across the GCC proximity markets. Overall, close to 1 million international visi

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Bahrain set for debut chocolate & coffee show

There has been an overwhelming response from the chocolate and coffee manufacturers and the dealers from the Middle east region for the inaugural “Chocolate & coffee” exhibition and festival to be held in Bahrain from  September 1 to 3, said the organiser Events Staarts.

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Raytheon wins $523m Kuwait defence contract

Raytheon Company, a US-based technology and innovation leader, has won a $523 million contract from the US Army for the upgradation of Kuwait's Patriot Air and Missile Defence Systems. With this upgradation, Kuwait will be able to better protect its cities and key infrastruct

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Kuwait seeks $1bn damages over Olympic ban

Kuwait is seeking $1 billion in damages from the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for banning the country from international competitions, state news agency Kuna reported. The IOC suspended Kuwait in October 2015, accusing the government of interference in its national Olymp

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Ikea recalls 36m dressers after six deaths

Swedish furniture retailer Ikea Group is recalling almost 36 million chests and dressers in the United States and Canada that have been linked to the deaths of six children, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission said on Tuesday. The furnishings can topple over if they are not

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