Jaguar Land Rover Middle East and North Africa (Mena) and Alfardan Premier Motors, its exclusive importer in Qatar, are set to debut two of the automaker’s newest vehicles to the region at a show in Doha, Qatar next month.
Jaguar Land Rover has launched a research project to develop technologies that will offer drivers a 360-degree view out of their vehicle, uninterrupted by the pillars that support the roof.
A screen would be embedded in the surfac
Qatar's Barwa Real Estate has signed a deal to sell two plots of land for a combined QR5.34 billion ($1.47 billion) to an unidentified buyer, the company said on Tuesday.
Barwa will deliver the first plot of land, which it is
Saudi Arabia is experiencing exponential growth in its ports and shipping sectors with projects planned and currently in progress totalling more than $30 billion.
Experts presented a series of papers to more than 200 delegates at the in
Saudi Arabia’s Endowments Committee at the Makkah Chamber of Commerce owes more than SR30 billion ($7.9 billion) in reimbursements to owners of appropriated lands for expansion project in Makkah, according to a report.
With an expanding significance of freehold in Dubai, UAE, land prices will continue to gather momentum, especially towards the build-up for the World Expo 2020, said a report.
As Dubai's real estate market enters its third cyc
Saudi Arabia could see a 30 to 40 per cent drop in property prices in 2015 following the recent government decision to impose fees on vacant lands and cancel all bogus land deeds, said a report.
The government must take additional measu
Qatar's Barwa Real Estate says it will sell land worth QR2.54 billion ($697.4 million) to the government, marking the latest state assistance which the indebted developer has received.
In exchange for a plot in Lusail City, Ba
Hyundai Motor and its two affiliates approved Asia's biggest property deal since the financial crisis on Friday when their board members agreed to pay 10.55 trillion Korean won ($10.12 billion) for a trophy plot of land to house a new headqu
Egypt must strip back bureaucracy to attract investment in its planned second Suez canal and bring in new laws making it easier for companies to get licences and land, a legal firm linked to the project said.
Egypt plans to build