Qatar Railways Company (Qatar Rail) recently organised a three-day work visit for a delegation of firemen from the Qatar General Directorate of Civil Defense to the city of Berlin, Germany.
The visit was to learn about world-class
Peri, a leading German manufacturer of formwork and scaffolding, held a construction safety drive in the UAE and Oman aimed at improving operations and ensuring high safety standards at work sites.
Through its Zero Damage presenta
Leading regional developer Nakheel is showcasing its major projects and meeting potential new investors at the 2015 Expo Real, a global trade fair for property and investment, being held in Munich, Germany.
The expo, which opened
Air Berlin's board of directors will decide on a new restructuring programme for the German airline in the coming weeks, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters on Tuesday.
Germany's second-largest airline, 29 per c
Angela Merkel learned early in her political career that taking on the German car industry carries risks.
It was the spring of 1995 and the newly appointed environment minister was trying to convince her cabinet colleagues to back
Volkswagen knows it will take much more than just new leadership and a corporate overhaul to clear the air after it was caught cheating in US diesel emissions tests.
Beyond the measures announced by the German carmaker on Friday,
While many European countries say asylum seekers could damage their economies if they let in too many, Germany is counting on the record numbers pouring across its borders to save its own.
Berlin estimates its
Major developments in Abu Dhabi’s cruise sector and an international marketing and promotional campaign are being rolled out at Europe’s leading business-to-business cruise event, Seatrade Europe, currently taking place in Hamburg, G
Thousands of migrants streamed into Germany on Sunday, many travelling through Austria from Hungary where they had been stranded against their will for days, while European Union governments argue over how to respond.
A convoy of
More than 1,000 people from the Middle East and Asia, exhausted after breaking away from police and marching for hours toward Western Europe, boarded scores of buses provided by Hungary's government and arrived before dawn Saturday on the bo