A customer holds 100 yuan notes at a market in Beijing. Reuters
Chinese stocks on Monday saw the worst day in a month, as recent monetary-easing measures failed to offset investor worries about protests against strict COVID-19 curbs in the world’s second-largest economy,
China’s yuan eked out a small gain on Friday after authorities attempted to slow its recent slide, but still posted its biggest weekly loss in three months,
China’s yuan ended at a fresh 26-month low on Monday and traded below the psychologically critical 7-per-dollar level, pressured by bets for another big rate hike
Takahiko Shingai, Deputy General Manager and Director of Development Department at ADOC, said: ’’We are planning to expand our production facilities and increasing extraction rates."
Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy, one of the three chambers operating under the umbrella of Dubai Chambers, has launched ‘Business in Dubai,’
The UAE’s leading luxury real estate developer Damac Properties hosted an exclusive media tour to showcase its ambitious Damac Lagoons development,