The real estate market in Abu Dhabi continues to see a stabilisation of rental and sales prices for completed properties, a report said.
However, majority of released units from key developers were sold on the launch day itself, a
Abu Dhabi's new financial free zone said it had hired a veteran executive from Singapore to head its regulatory body, its second senior appointment this year and a step towards opening the zone for business as soon as next year.
Silk & Spice Thai Restaurant and Le Cafe at Sofitel Abu Dhabi Corniche, UAE, received two awards at the What’s On Abu Dhabi Awards this year – the region’s leading restaurant, leisure and entertainment awards.
The Abu Dhabi Police (ADP) general headquarters recently launched the “My tourism is my identity” initiative, to enhance the concept of tourism among community members.
The initiative aims to acquaint tourists with the touri
UK-based Hydro Industries said its joint venture with Abu Dhabi-headquartered group M Partners has won a contract worth over £20 million ($32 million) to provide its water purification technology to the UAE.
As per the contr
National Bank of Abu Dhabi (NBAD), the largest lender by market value in the UAE, has reported a net profit of Dh4.2 billion ($1.14 billion) for the first nine months, up 14 per cent when compared to the same period last year.
UAE capital Abu Dhabi will focus on highlighting the city as a destination for tourists with a range of interests at the World Travel Market (WTM), a leading global event for the travel industry, in London, UK, next month.
Seawings, a luxury seaplane tour operator based in the UAE, brings two unique Seawings seaplane flights to Abu Dhabi visitors and residents – the Abu Dhabi Snapshot Tour and the Dubai Seaplane Adventure.
The seaplane offers a thri
Real Madrid have agreed a "long-term strategic partnership" with Abu Dhabi fund International Petroleum Investment Co (IPIC) that will strengthen the club's status as the world's richest, and help fund a planned stadium overhau
The market for water and wastewater treatment equipment in the GCC is estimated to be $2.2 billion in 2014, and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 10.6 per cent up to 2020 to reach $4 billion, a report said.