Dubai Customs recently took part in a session for the World Customs Organisation’s (WCO) Permanent Technical Committee (PTC) in Brussels, Belgium.
The session was held to unify standards, highlight customs procedures improve
A strike on Monday in parts of Belgium over government austerity measures halted international rail services to and from Germany and Luxembourg and disrupted public transport across the country.
Unions, disgruntled over pension an
WHY5Research, a global specialised diagnostic market research agency based out of Belgium, has launched its Mena hub office in Dubai.
The global firm seeks to capitalize on the huge potential it sees for the Middle East’s ma
Emirates, the Dubai-based airline, will launch a new daily service to Brussels, Belgium, from September 5.
Hosting the European Commission, the European Council and over 120 other international organisations, Brussels is a key dec
German-based MAN Truck & Bus, a leading manufacturer of mass transport vehicles, presented a wide array of innovative transport solutions designed precisely to meet individual customer and market requirements at Busworld 2013 in Kortrijk, Be
UAE-based General Navigation & Commerce Company (Genavco) said it has signed an agreement with Stow, a Belgium-based manufacturer of racking and shelving items, to launch its products in the emirates.
Stow is part of Averys Gr
Belgium swore in Philippe as its new king on Sunday after the abdication of his 79-year-old father Albert.
Philippe, 53, became the seventh king of the 183-year-old country which is split between a Dutch-speaking north, where some
All companies that have handled falsely-labelled horsemeat are under suspicion, the European Union's health chief said on Wednesday, adding the Commission was considering strengthening relevant law.
EU ministers are to meet la
Doosan Construction Equipment has appointed Nancy De Sy as the company’s new corporate and public communication manager for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, based at Waterloo in Belgium.
De Sy will be respon
Ford will stop making vans in Britain next year, cutting 1,400 jobs on top of 4,300 to be axed in Belgium as part of a plan by the US carmaker to stem European losses expected to exceed $1.5 billion this year.
It is the fourth veh