Construction has commenced for Cristal Grand Erbil Hotel, the second hotel to be operated by the group in the Kurdistan city, and its third in Iraq.
The five-star flagship property will feature 160 rooms and suites when it opens in 2017
Hermes Datacomms, a leading global provider of i, part of the SpeedCast Group, has announced the opening of its new office in Erbil, Iraq.
The new facility is in direct response to increasing demand for services from the oil and g
The Erbil Stock Exchange, which is Iraq’s first stock exchange, has installed video walls and stock ticker with global financial market display solutions specialist Wavetec’s financial display solutions.
The displays i
UAE-based airlines Emirates, flydubai and Etihad Airways said they have suspended flights to Erbil on Sunday, citing security concerns as Islamic State razes ancient cities in Iraq's north.
Budget carrier flydubai, which was i
Emirates, Dubai's flagship carrier, will resume flights to Iraq's city of Erbil from November 16 after conflict near the city subsided.
Fighters from the Islamic State armed group came within an hour's drive of Erbil,
UAE’s national airline Etihad Airways has suspended all flights to Erbil, Iraq with immediate effect until further notice.
The decision to suspend the four flights a week passenger service followed advice regarding the
Standard Chartered has inaugurated its branch in Erbil, Kurdistan Region, marking its second branch in Iraq after launching operations in the country in November 2013 with a head office and branch in Baghdad.
Nechirvan Idris Barza
Emaar Properties, Dubai's largest property firm, launched a $3 billion development in Erbil, the capital of Iraq's Kurdistan region, on Sunday.
The "Erbil Downtown" project is due to be completed in three stages
Travelport, a leading distribution services and e-commerce provider for the global travel industry, has opened a new office in Erbil, as part of its continued Middle East expansion.
The new commercial hub will serve the trav
For multinationals investing in Iraq, building a solid IT infrastructure is a major challenge, said a top official, pointing out that oil and gas producers require robust satellite connections from remote locations.