Representatives from more than 120 countries and nearly 60 ministers are attending the Annual Investment Meeting (AIM) 2014 that kicked off in Dubai today (April 8).
The three-day meet at the Dubai Internationa
More than 300 companies from 80 countries are set to take part in a property show which will bring to the table roadmaps for emerging markets to compete with more established real estate markets in Dubai next month.
A property sho
The Qatar Exchange welcomed the upgrade of its market from 'frontier market' to 'emerging market' by Standard & Poors Dow Jones Indices.
It described it as a positive step that will attract further foreign inve
The Cityscape Awards for Emerging Markets recognised 12 pioneering real estate developments at a ceremony held in Dubai yesterday (October 9).
Hundreds of industry professionals and VIPs attended the event at the JW Marriot Marqui
Doha Film Institute (DFI) has entered into a new colloboration with Italy’s Giffoni Film Festival to support emerging filmmakers and develop cinema appreciation among youth of the country.
With the new Ajyal Film Festival fo
The International Monetary Fund trimmed its global growth forecast on Tuesday for the fifth time since early last year due to a slowdown in emerging economies and the woes in recession-struck Europe.
In its mid
Investors who wrongly called time on US economic supremacy during the financial crisis are set to pay a hefty price for betting too much on the developing world, according to a top Goldman Sachs strategist.
Developing nations must be ready for a financial market selloff if the Cypriot banking sector collapses, World Bank Managing Director Sri Mulyani Indrawati said on Sunday, urging a swift resolution to the crisis in Cyprus.
Toyota Motor Corp said on Friday it would roll out eight compact car models tailored for emerging markets by 2015 in an attempt to catch up to front-runners such as Volkswagen AG and General Motors Co.
Toyota, which lost the crown as the w
The emerging market growth slowed to its weakest level in two years in the second quarter reflecting global economic fragility, the consequences of Japanese tsunami and impact of recent inflation, said a report.
Price pressures eased sharp