Airbus sold more than 200 aircraft in June during an unexpectedly busy month that saw some reshuffling of its order book, but took over 120 cancellations to end the first half behind US rival Boeing, company data showed.
Jean-Claude Juncker was named as the next president of the European Commission yesterday, dealing a bitter blow to David Cameron, who said it threatened to increase Britain's chances of leaving the EU.
The British prime minist
A top-level meeting between GCC foreign ministers and their EU counterparts next week could be postponed, allegedly due to a controversial UN statement on the human rights situation in Bahrain.
The meeting was
Preatoni, a leading European property developer, has announced its UAE foray with the acquisition of a 100 per cent stake in Dubai Star Tower, which is under construction at Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT).
The company had recently lau
The next round of talks between six world powers and Iran on resolving a dispute over Tehran's nuclear programme will be held in Vienna from June 16 to 20, the European Union said on Tuesday.
EU foreign pol
European elections culminate on "Super Sunday" when the remainder of the EU's 28 countries go to the polls, with the vote expected to confirm the dominance of pro-European Union centrists despite a rise in support for the far-right
Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways on Sunday said its strategy of buying stakes in European airlines was bringing fresh competition to the region, despite close scrutiny by regulators over whether its investments comply with European ownership rules
The European Union has temporarily banned the import of Alphonso mangoes and four vegetables from India from May 1, a report said.
The decision by EU's standing committee on plant health came after 207 consignments of fruits a
US President Barack Obama has imposed sanctions on 11 Russians and Ukrainians blamed for Russia's military incursion into Crimea, including two top aides to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The European Union also will impose