The Turkish real estate growth is sparking a lot of interest among Arabian and Russian investors with many eyeing the central fashionable districts in the capital, according to a property expert.
“Istanbul in particular has attrac
Russian consultancies and trading companies are exploring opportunities in regional markets through the UAE, benefitting from the double tax treaty signed between the two countries.
Dubai World Central (DWC), an aerotropolis, said
A Russian developer who plans to build what would be Europe's tallest residential towers in Paris said he had provisionally lined up financing from Russia's Sberbank towards the 2.3 billion euro ($3 billion) project.
The Jordan Atomic Energy Commission (JAEC) has shortlisted two offers presented by Russian Atomstroyexport and a French-Japanese consortia to build the kingdom's nuclear reactor.
The commission said it has completed evaluation of the viabl
Qatar is in negotiations to take a stake in an Arctic liquefied natural gas (LNG) project under development by number-two Russian gas producer Novatek, Qatar's energy minister said on Sunday.
The Yamal project will develop the South Tambey
New York Police said on Friday they eavesdropped on thieves speaking Russian, Mandarin and Arabic to make the biggest identity theft bust of its kind in US history against a $13 million crime ring specializing mainly in selling Apple electronics over
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, has signed a revised codeshare with S7 Airlines, a leading Russian airline, that will allow passengers to book flights from four Russian cities for travel to and from Abu Dhabi.
Iraq has purchased 100,000 tonnes of US wheat and 50,000 tonnes of Russian wheat, the head of the state-run grain board, Hassan Ibrahim, said.
He told Reuters Glencore will provide the US wheat and United Grain will provide the Russian whe
Two Russians and a US astronaut aborted a return to Earth on Friday when their space capsule failed to separate from the International Space Station.
'This situation has never occurred before,' a spokewoman at Russian Mission Contr