Dubai is set to host the inaugural Global Child Forum, an international independent platform for research, dialogue, information and action which was initiated by King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia of Sweden.
It will be held on
A Swedish woman has become the world's first to give birth after having a womb transplant, opening up the possibility for thousands of infertile women to have babies, the doctor in charge of the research project said on Saturday.
Leaders from the ICT industry in Oman and Sweden reached a broad consensus for the broadband sector in the Sultanate to improve its access and enhance the information and communication infrastructure.
Total shipments of wearable technology devices are expected to reach 64.0 million units in 2017, marking a compound annual growth rate of 50.6 per cent, a report said.
Sales of smart glasses, smart watches and wearable fitness tra
Dubai-based Emirates airline’s service to Stockholm from September 4 is expected to boost Swedish tourism and trade.
The number of international travellers from Sweden is projected to grow from 13.1 million to 18.6 million b
A daughter of the Swedish king marries her US-British banker fiance on Saturday at a wedding to be attended by European royals and socialites from across the Atlantic.
The 30-year-old Princess Madeleine, who earned a reputation fo
India's Sun Pharmaceutical Industries is in talks to buy Sweden's Meda AB for between $5 billion and $6 billion to boost its generics business in developed markets, two sources with direct knowledge of the process said.
Emirates Steel Industries, a subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Basic Industries Corporation (Adbic), said it has signed a sales contract with Sweden’s LKAB to source quality iron ore pellets beginning 2013.
LKAB is an international high-tec
TNT Express in Oman, a leading express delivery company, recently completed the movement of six heavy duty transformers weighing in at some 9.5 tons to and from Sweden where they had been sent for repair.
The contract was awarded to TNT
A selection of 37 films from the GCC, UAE and Iraq will showcase the diversity of the regional film industry at an upcoming film festival in Sweden, said the Gulf Film Festival (GFF), an annual non-profit cultural event.
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