One third of the 900 million people living in European countries are potentially exposed to asbestos at work and in the environment, according to a new United National report.
A high-level meeting on environment and health in Euro
Asry, a leading Bahrain-based rig and ship repair yard, has entered into new negotiations with several European fleets.
The company said it has seen several new business prospects come online as a result of exhibiting at SMM Hambu
Bahrain-based leading ship and rig repair yard Arab Shipbuilding & Repair Yard Company (Asry) is eyeing more repair and maintenance business from European shipping companies.
This follows a visit by a delegation from one of Eu
Dubai-based MBC Group is eyeing rights to cover European football leagues as part part of its most recent expansion which included the launch of four sports channels.
Sheikh Waleed Al-Ibrahim, chairman, said the group is consideri
Barclays is planning to axe thousands of jobs in a radical shakeup of its investment banking division and may replace the European and US heads of the unit, the Financial Times reported, citing sources.
The job cuts are expected t
The European industrial and logistics real estate market saw more investment from sovreign wealth funds (SWF) in the Middle East, said a report.
It has attracted more than 14 billion euros ($19.1 billion) of investment in 2013, th
Paris Sorbonne University Abu Dhabi won the Mena Education Provider of the Year 2013 award by The European Magazine.
The awards acknowledges businesses and organisations that develops and advances the regional economy with several
UAE consumers increasingly prefer European-produced imported medicine for their high quality and competitive price, according to a 2013 pharmaceutical industry report.
The report from investment bank Alpen Capital stated that betw
Europe's ailing car market grew in annual terms for only the second time this year in July, supporting hopes of a much-needed stabilisation in the second half of 2013.
Registrations of new cars in Europe rose 4.8 percent compa
The European Commission proposed on Wednesday to cap fees banks charge when processing card payments, potentially cutting costs for shoppers.
The draft legislation will also prevent companies such as airlines, for example, from im