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October 19, 2017

The joint efforts between the Governorate of Daraa and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to provide the"...

 


UAE's GCAA unveils largest ever airspace restructuring...
October 19, 2017
UAE's General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) announced (18-Oct-2017) the UAE will implement 'one of the largest airspace changes the region has ever seen' on 07-Dec-2017, signalling the completion of the UAE airspace restructuring project (UAE ARP). The Emirates' flight information region (FIR) will be completely based on performance based navigation (PBN) with a navigation specification of RNAV-1(GNSS). The airspace......
Why The GCC Is Still A Hotbed Among Retailers
October 19, 2017

After a period of intense growth, the GCC’s retail sector might be flatlining. But that does not dampen future prospects of the industry, which is expected to thrive"...

 

 
October 19, 2017

Prior to the Tourism Ministry’s Sales Mission events in Dubai and Abu Dhabi on Oct. 18-19, the ministry together with the Indonesian Embassy in Abu Dhabi, Visit Indonesia Tourism Officer (VITO) Middle East and other related parties held a meeting discussing the marketing strategy for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) market.

“After landing in Dubai on Monday night, the group will be divided into two. I’m in charge of monitoring the preparation in Abu Dhabi, whilst VITO Middle East is in charge of Dubai,” said the Sales Mission team head, Rita Sofia.

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October 19, 2017

Further improving knowledge of the Seychelles’ products in the Middle East region, allowing the trade to strengthen relations with existing partners, as well as discover new products and partners — such was the outcome of the 2017 Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) roadshow, organized by the Seychelles Tourism Board (STB).

Spearheaded by the STB Dubai office, the roadshow held from October 8 to 11, targeted the United Arab Emirates’ cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, as well as two other Gulf countries — Bahrain and Kuwait.

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October 19, 2017
UAE based telecommunications service provider and Nokia have completed a trial SDAN technology on NG-PON to create an intelligent network which will cater to the changing needs to the consumers. du claims to be the first provider in the Middle East to trial SDAN technology on NG-PON. Nokia's software-defined networking (SDN) technology is being used by du to automate next-generation PON network to increase network performance and 5G use cases, to accelerate time-to-revenue and improve their network usage by customers. 'We're excited to successfully trial Software Defined Access Network technology that marks a logical progression for us as we move to a deeper virtualized network environment - allowing for faster response to proliferation of connected devices and varying network usage patterns,' said Marwan BinShakar, Vice President Access & Transport Planning, du. This demo trial also leverages open cloud-based platforms to increase the delivery of new service offerings to end users. 'This will require having smart networks that can connect......

October 19, 2017
Mitsubishi Motors Corp said it plans to boost sales by 30 percent over three years, setting ambitious goals for growth in China and the United States as well as a comeback in Japan where has been hobbled by a mileage cheating scandal. Under the new three-year plan - Mitsubishi's first since Nissan Motor Co Ltd bought a controlling stake last year in the wake of the scandal - the Japanese automaker will also ramp up R&D investment and capital spending as well, aiming for jump in profitability. 'This is an aggressive mid-term plan. Our highest priority is to rebuild trust in our company,' Mitsubishi Chief Executive Osamu Masuko told a news conference. 'We must be careful not to become overconfident or careless about our reforms, so as not to derail our recovery,' he said. The smallest of Japan's major automakers, Mitsubishi has long focused its overseas strategy in Southeast Asia, its top market, where competition from other automakers has been less intense. While the new plan calls for a 50 percent boost in sales in Southeast Asia, it also......

October 19, 2017

Volkswagen's Spanish division Seat is no longer looking at the possibility of entering the Iranian car market, saying on Wednesday that it needed to concentrate instead on boosting growth in its core markets in Europe and other regions.

The decision was not taken as a result of U.S. President Donald Trump's more confrontational policy towards Tehran, a spokesman for the company said.

Last week Trump refused to certify that ...