Is the online giant of retail also looking to conquer physical stores?
Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai has shared best internal audit practices with a delegation from the Ministry of Interior (MoI), who recently visited the authority office in Dubai.
The Real Estate Regulatory Agency (RERA), the regulatory arm of Dubai Land Department (DLD), recently made an announcement about its new Real Estate Marketing Agreement – Form A – an important aspect of its electronic permit system. Continue reading Selling real estate in Dubai? Now rules have changed
Sobha Group has unveiled new land plots for investors and end users within Sobha Hartland, a freehold community on the Dubai Water Canal and in Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City. Continue reading Want a waterfront villa on Dubai Canal? Here’s your chance
Imposing tax on expatriates’ remittances and incomes, thepossibility of which is currently under study in some GCC countries, will lead to negative consequences, including “brain drain” among expatriates who constitute about 90 per cent of the total employees in the private sector in the region, International Monetary Fund. Continue reading Taxes on expats may cause ‘brain drain’
An ex-Apple employee who described Steve Jobs as “very difficult to work with” advised everyone to invest in even the stupidest idea. A 19-year-old who, when he was 15, discovered a cancer-detection method that would cost a patient only three cents. And an artificial intelligence system that almost instantly answers anything you throw at it.
This week’s article continues on the theme of HI-TRAC, the abbreviation that set’s the UAE apart as a start-up centre – Happiness Index, Infrastructure, Talent, Regulations, Access and Capital.
Dubai has moved up one spot to rank 15 among 28 global innovation cities as per the second edition of the Dubai Innovation Index.
Saudi Arabia’s government has made payments of 40 billion riyals ($10.7 billion) that it owed to private sector companies, the Arab News newspaper quoted a senior construction industry executive as saying.
The Big 5, the largest construction and building industry showcase in the Middle East, opened on Monday at the Dubai World Trade Centre with more than 3,100 exhibitors showcasing their products and services targeting region boasting a vibrant construction pipeline of around $2 trillion worth of projects.