DP World and the Government of the Republic of Cyprus have entered into two separate concession agreements for the commercialisation of activities within Limassol port, Cyprus.
DP World Limassol has been awarded a 25-year e
France signed several deals worth about €2 billion ($2.26 billion) with Egypt during a visit by French President Francois Hollande to Cairo, the French president's office said.
The deals included a satellite communication
Global oil traders have entered into rare barter deals with the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), supplying Iran with much-needed gasoline in exchange for high-quality fuel oil, after most economic sanctions against Tehran were lifted in Ja
Visa, a global payments technology company and official payments partner of the 21st Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) 2016, has launched the ‘Impossible Deals’ campaign that will offer Visa cardholders a limited number of impossible d
Iran will have to offer lucrative contracts terms to draw back international oil companies at a time when the oil industry is more focused on profitability as it gears up for a longer period of low oil prices, executives said.
Orders at the Dubai Airshow flowed in thick and fast on Monday, as deals worth almost $30 billion were agreed.
Among those agreeing new purchases at the world’s fastest growing aerospace event were Boeing and Jet Airwa
The weekend of the 25th edition of Gitex Shopper is drawing tens of thousands of visitors to the Dubai World Trade Centre as power retailers and top tech brands offer even greater deals and bargains on the latest consumer electronics products.
Thousands of shoppers are in search of the latest consumer electronics products at this year's Gitex Shopper in Dubai, UAE.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the annual sales extravaganza extends to almost
Unilever expects a recent series of beauty deals to give its performance extra lustre while consumer demand remains weak for staple products from soup to soap.
The Anglo-Dutch maker of Knorr soup, Lipton tea and Ben & Jerry
Robust global demand for Egypt's first bond in five years could prompt it to revisit the debt markets as early as this year, as the Arab world's most populous nation re-establishes itself in the international capital markets.