The 42-metre Crew Boat is in high demand.
Dubai has moved up in the ranking of the world’s top 10 maritime capitals in 2019, the latest in its string of achievements that has made the emirate a globally competitive maritime hub.
The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) has revealed excellent performance in 2018, posting remarkable growth in marine licensing within its territorial waters. The DMCA announced an 18 per cent increase in the application of marine driving licences as compared to 2017
The Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre (EMAC) returns with the Dubai Maritime Cluster to the most sought-after shipping event on the globe, Nor-Shipping between 4 - 7 June, 2019 in Oslo, Norway.
The Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre (EMAC) hosted its latest ‘Breakfast with EMAC’ seminar in collaboration with the Abu Dhabi Global Market Arbitration Centre (ADGMAC) in Abu Dhabi on Thursday. The session included a plenary discussion about ‘Arbitration Seats for Maritime disputes in the UAE’.
A record 79.5 million people worldwide, or 1% of humanity, were displaced at the end of 2019 after fleeing wars or persecution, 77% of those have lost a job or revenue since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Sweden's gross domestic product will shrink around 4.6% this year, the government said on Monday, outlining a budget bill that will pump around 105 billion crowns ($12.0 billion) into the economy to kick-start growth following the pandemic.
Brent crude was down 33 cents, or 0.8%, at $42.82 a barrel by 0645 GMT, while US crude was down 38 cents, or 0.9%, to $40.73 a barrel.
Most Asian markets fell Monday following another disappointing performance on Wall Street with investors growing concerned about an uptick in coronavirus infections in Europe and the United States, as well as the lack of movement in Washington on a new stimulus.