GCC states have been urged by an International Monetary Fund working paper to create a dynamic non-oil tradable sector to support sustainable growth.
The paper 'Soaring of the Gulf Falcons: Diversification in the GCC Oil Expor
More than 8,000 companies from across the globe are taking part in this year’s Paper Arabia expo, which opened today (September 21) in Dubai, UAE.
The first-of-its-kind industry expo was inaugurated by Buti Saeed Al Ghandi, Chairm
The UAE traded over three million tonnes of corrugated packed products worth $4.6 billion in 2013. The products were either consumed domestically or re-exported to other parts in Middle East, Africa and Asia.
Globally, the corruga
Some traders in Dubai have received containers full of bricks and stones from China instead of what they had originally ordered, a Gulf News report said.
Dozens of containers have landed in Jebel Ali port containing bricks instead
ZonesCorp, a leading industrial investment destination and pillar of sustainable growth in Abu Dhabi, has signed a deal with Ittihad International Investment at the Hannover Messe Industrial Fair in Germany today (April 11), said a report.
Imports of writing paper in the UAE nearly doubled to Dh1 billion ($272.2 million) in 2011, compared to Dh446 million in 2007, said recent statistics.
The figures represent more than a tenth of the total paper imports, making writ
UAE-based telecom operator du said it has delivered on its promise to set a sustainable example by reducing paper usage, following the launch of an e-billing system in 2009.
The system aimed to cut back on the amount of paper used
Key paper industry players will showcase their latest products and solutions at a specialised event to be held in Dubai in September.
Paper Arabia 2013, the Mena’s premier event for the paper industry, will be held at the Du
Oman-based Dhofar Global Trading said it was honoured with the ‘Best Green Investment Project’ award at the recent Arab Achievement Awards for the second consecutive year for its ‘cut back’ sustainability initiative.
One of the region’s le
A former senior aide to British Prime Minister David Cameron faced arrest on Friday over his alleged role in a phone-hacking scandal that prompted Rupert Murdoch to close Britain's biggest selling Sunday newspaper.
The scandal has