Dubai Investments Park (DIP), the largest integrated commercial, industrial and residential community in the Middle East, has announced that 100 new companies have either leased or sub-leased premises within the development in the last one year.
He's not a trained actor, but Turkish businessman Serdar Ali Abet hopes his television debut - and a mix of cliff-hangers, melodrama and lavish sets - can win fans across the Arab world and help revive Turkey's moribund tourist industry.
Three, four and five-star hotels in Oman saw revenues drop to OMR52.98 million ($137 million) in the first quarter of 2016, slipping 8 per cent compared to the same period last year, said a report.
Hotels recorded a 2.4 per cent d
Dubai experienced a slow April this year when hotel occupancy levels, average-daily-rate (ADR) and revenue-per-available room (RevPAR) dipped in comparison to the same period in 2015, reports showed.
Despite increases in supply (o
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu unveiled a plan on Monday to support Turkey's tourism sector, hit by tensions with Russia and domestic insecurity, including a 255 million lira ($87 million) grant and a facility to allow tourism firms to restr
Dubai Investments Park (DIP), the largest integrated commercial, industrial and residential community in the Middle East and wholly-owned by Dubai Investments, said it has received a special recognition from Dubai Police – Jebel Ali branch
Asian shares took their cue from Wall Street and slipped on Friday, but were still on track for gains in a week marked by the first US interest rate hike in nearly a decade and a depreciating yuan.
Saudi Arabia's crude oil exports dipped by 89,000 barrels per day (bpd) in July, while volumes used by local refineries and the country's refined products shipments rose from a month earlier, official data showed on Sunday.
Air travel bookings from China have slowed sharply over the past three months, especially to Europe and the US, closely mirroring a decline in the country’s stock market, according to ForwardKeys, a leading business intelligence tool.
The net foreign assets at Saudi Arabia’s central bank fell to SR2.521 trillion ($672.2 billion) in May, down by $6.6 billion or one per cent from the previous month as the kingdom continued to draw down reserves to cover a budget gap cause