A group of Chinese investors plan to spend $370 million towards setting up infrastructure at Oman's southern port of Duqm in a project that could attract billions of dollars in investment.
The Omani government is working to de
Preparations are underway for WTM Connect Asia which is due to open its doors for the first time this May, marking World Travel Market’s arrival in South East Asia.
The ‘pod’ event will be taking place in Penang,
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide said a $13 billion cash offer from China's Anbang Insurance Group Company was superior to one from Marriott International, setting the stage for the largest ever deal by a Chinese company in the US.
UAE-based developer Nakheel hosted a group of Dubai's largest Chinese traders to acknowledge their key role in Dragon Mart and explore ways to further collaborate at the retail and trading hub.
The event, l
Majid Al Futtaim’s malls in Dubai are celebrating good fortune and prosperity on the occasion of Chinese New Year, with a line-up of cultural performances until February 21.
The Mall of the Emirates and C
Qatar Duty Free’s (QDF) Chinese pavilion has opened its doors inside Hamad International Airport (HIA), inviting passengers to celebrate China’s most important festival with discounts of up to 20 per cent, spending rewards and an arr
Chinese passengers will be able to transit through Taiwan and fly onwards to a third destination starting Monday, signalling a step toward greater transportation links between the two political enemies.
The plan had been discussed for y
Hamdan Bin Mohammad Smart University (HBMSU) said one of its units has entered into an agreement with a Chinese group to facilitate collaboration in matters relating to Islamic economy and banking and finance.
The landmark signing
More than 100 Chinese companies from the fields of infrastructure, technology and construction will participate in the ‘Made in China Exhibition’ to be hosted by Qatar Chamber (QC), next month in Doha, Qatar, a report said.
A group of Australian, Canadian and Middle Eastern firms will pay A$10.3 billion ($7.5 billion) for an Australian electricity network as part of the country's biggest privatisation programme, beating a Chinese government bidder.