Oman Air, the national carrier of Oman, has appointed Goldair as its general sales agent (GSA) to the Greek market.
The event was celebrated in a reception atop historic Lycabettus Hill in Athens in the presence of Greek Travel ag
UAE-based KBW Investments has signed an agreement for a multifaceted partnership with Greek engineering and consulting firm Salfo and Associates that will see the two companies expand operations and collaborate on projects in the Middle East and
A Greek frigate searching for a missing EgyptAir aircraft discovered two large floating objects in a sea area 230 miles south of the island of Crete on Thursday, Greek defence sources said.
The objects appeared to be pieces of pla
Greek conglomerate GEK Terna said its construction unit has secured four projects in the GCC - two each in Bahrain and Abu Dhabi (UAE) - worth €150 million ($168 million).
The biggest win for the company was in Bahrain, where
Qatar's Public Works Authority (Ashghal) has awarded a €300-million ($335 million) contract to a joint venture led by Greek contractor Terna for the reconstruction of a 40-km-long stretch in Doha industrial area.
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Gold rebounded and world shares weakened on Friday before a meeting of euro zone finance ministers that could put Greece on its way to exiting the bloc, but prices were still headed for their fourth straight weekly drop.
A Libyan warplane from forces loyal to the internationally recognized government bombed a Greek-operated oil tanker anchored offshore, killing two crewmen in an escalation of a battle between the country's rival factions.
UAE-based Hayatna, a joint venture between Abu Dhabi’s Exeed Industries and Vivartia, a food conglomerate in Greece, plans to launch new brands at the upcoming Gulfood 2014, a food and hospitality show in Dubai.
Brent crude oil gained on Wednesday, with investors awaiting the outcome of the meeting this week of the producer group Opec, while gains were capped by worries about Europe's debt crisis and prospects for oil demand.
Iran's oil exports ha
The world's biggest trade credit insurer, Euler Hermes, has stopped covering exporters shipping to Greece because of the mounting risk of them not getting paid in the event the debt-laden nation is forced out of the euro.
"Euler Hermes has