As many as 32 French electrical companies are set to showcase products, technologies and innovations at a leading fair in Dubai, UAE, next week.
The 40 edition of Middle East Electricity will run from March 2 to 4 at the Dub
The chief executive of Total said the French oil company would slash spending on exploration by 30 per cent this year due to the drop in the price of oil.
Patrick Pouyanne told the daily Le Monde that "these past two
Suez Environnement, a French expert group in water and waste-management services, has won a contract worth €32 million ($37 million) to design, build and operate the municipal landfill facility in Amerat, Oman.
French theatre group Le Theatre de l'Oiseau Tonnerre (Thunderbird Theatre), will perform in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, UAE, later this month.
The group will perform the classic French play, "Le Malade Imaginaire" (The Imag
DHJ International, a French company specialised in textile coating, has launched a new product ‘Innovent.’
It can be used alone or as lining and will cover all clients’ requirements with the aim of enhancing inte
Forty leading French construction companies will be showcasing their innovative products at the upcoming The Big 5, a leading international trade show for the building and construction industry, to be held in Dubai, UAE.
More than 50 French companies are set to showcase expertise, quality of products and top equipment at the region’s biggest trade show dedicated to food logistics, processing, packaging and ingredients sectors in Dubai next week.
Tunisia lost about a third of its French tourist bookings to cancellation shortly after the beheading last month of a French traveller by Islamist militants in neighbouring Algeria, the country's tourism minister said.
The import of French cream soared 13 per cent in value in the UAE last year, according to an expert.
Christophe Spotti, director - External Markets, CNIEL, the French Dairy Association, said cream, in all of its forms, is one of t
Yas Island’s Destination Management team showcased its offering to more than 29,500 visitors from 160 countries at the French Travel Market (IFTM Top Resa), a leading local business-to-business travel and tourism trade event, in Paris rece