International design practice Benoy has been appointed to the Bahrain International Airport’s new terminal development to provide services for the interior design of the new passenger terminal building as part of the ‘Bahrain Airport
Six heads of state and government, two city and state leaders, and the heads of the World Bank Group, the International Monetary Fund and the OECD today agreed on an ambitious global target for putting a price on carbon pollution.
Abu Dhabi will be hosting International Travel Week (ITW Abu Dhabi), a co-location of synergistic travel events each focused on the fastest growing global tourism source market sectors, in November this year.
The event, whic
The Honourable Order of International Hotel General Managers has been renamed as The International Association of Hotel General Managers.
Launched in February 2016 as the world’s first global association dedicated exclusivel
Gulf International Bank (GIB) has started its year-long 40th anniversary celebrations with a charitable donation of an amount in excess of $100,000.
It was earlier reported that the donation was $90,000 b
The winners of the 2016 Agfund International Prize for Pioneering Development Projects were awarded at a grand ceremony in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
They were honoured by Prince Abdulaziz bin Talal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud,
Dubai International Airport started the New Year with a record monthly traffic of 7.3 million passengers in January, surpassing the previous benchmark of 7.2 million passengers set in August 2015.
Passenger traffic reached 7,327,6
Network International, a leading payment solutions provider in the Middle East and Africa, is set to acquire Emerging Markets Payments (EMP) from emerging markets private equity investor, Actis.
The Honourable Order of International Hotel General Managers (HOIHGm) has been officially launched from its first regional headquarters in Dubai, UAE.
The international organisation - the world’s first and only initiative of
Gulf International Bank (GIB) said its Emerging Markets Opportunities Fund (EMOF) achieved a net return of 6.11 per cent last year.
The fund, which invests in the debt of emerging market economies, has managed