Global Innovations, a Dubai-based travel technology and solutions company, will once again showcase its cutting-edge product at the Arabian Travel Market 2016, the Middle East's leading travel trade fair.
A pioneer in th
The UN's panel of climate scientists agreed to study how to limit global warming to the toughest target set by world leaders, saying even small rises in temperatures could be harmful.
The panel would look i
The World Steel Association recently cut its forecast for 2016 global steel consumption, but expects to see a return to growth in 2017, a report said.
The finished steel consumption this year is likely to reach 1,488 million metri
Global transaction network Swift said 21 banks have started the pilot for its global payments innovatio initiative, intended to improve the customer experience in correspondent banking by increasing the speed, transparency and predictability o
Residents of Kuwait can now apply for visas to the Netherlands at a new visa application centre launched by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Kuwait City.
Applicants can visit the VFS Global centre to submit visa ap
Nearly 200 delegates, representing more than 50 airline companies will participate in the IBS Software's Global Customer Summit today where 60 speakers will discuss key issues shaping the global air transportation and logistics industry.
Future Travel Experience (FTE) has announced the Airline Passenger Experience Association (Apex) as the Headline Partner of Future Travel Experience Global 2016, which will take place in Las Vegas this September.
The 11th edition
Global equity markets declined on Thursday and the dollar added to a recent string of gains after another US Federal Reserve official talked of higher US interest rates before long.
The dollar rose for a fifth
Bahrain has moved up 37 places since 2013 in this year’s world happiness index, ranking 42 out of 157 countries, according to the 2016 World Happiness Report, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.
The topic of ‘How teachers in 2030 will look like’ was raised at the fourth Global Education and Skills Forum (GESF), held recently in Dubai.
The session moderated by Tony Jackson, vice president of Education Asia Society in