The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) will promote the local maritime sector’s competitiveness at the Shipbuilding, Machinery and Marine Technology (SMM) Hamburg 2016, a leading trade fair for the maritime industry, next month, in Germa
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently participated in Innoprom 2016, a leading international industrial trade fair held in Ekaterinburg, Azerbaijan, showcasing Dubai’s competitive business environment.
Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, a non-profit public entity, has recently opened its third international office in Africa in the Mozambican capital of Maputo, as part of its strategy to reach out to the promising markets of the world.
Dubai’s market for apparel and footwear is estimated to reach $13.5 billion this year, and is on track to grow at a CAGR of 6.6 per cent until 2020, when sales are forecast to hit $17 billion, a report said.
The market, esti
Summertown Interiors, the UAE’s leading fit-out contractor specialising in green interiors, has been awarded the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) label by the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) for the fourth time due to it
Dubai Chamber held a key meeting with foreign diplomats to promote the emirate as a preferred destination for business as well as to open new doors for constructive cooperation with global businesses.
During the annual Diplomatic
Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority (DSOA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry to enhance cooperation in fostering entrepreneurship.
As part of the agreement, DSOA will provide excl
Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) has partnered with the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry in a move to strengthen the emirate’s maritime sector in recognition of its contribution to the national economy.
“Mobility brings freedom and progress,” said executive chairman William Clay Ford Jr. (Bill Ford) of Ford Motor Company, quoting his great-grandfather Henry Ford at the “Future of Mobility” event hosted by Dubai Chamber.
Africa’s infrastructure needs are enormous, with an estimated $100 billion a year required by the power sector alone, a report said.
With the emergence of middle class in the continent, formal retail is starting to develop,