This ranking underscores the economic potential of Dubai as the destination of choice for international organisations.
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), the leading financial hub in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) and home to the largest, most developed FinTech ecosystem in the region,
The Dubai International Financial Centre, DIFC, announced a record growth in 2019, registering an addition of 493 new businesses for the year. The total number of firms in the Centre reached 2,437, up 14 per cent from 2018, with a total of 32 per cent growth since 2017.
To support the Dubai Free Zones Council economic stimulus package, Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) proposes implementing five initiatives over the next three months.
The benchmark Nikkei 225 index rose 0.41 per cent, or 93.72 points, to 22,843.96, while the broader Topix index jumped 1.23 per cent, or 19.57 points, to 1,605.53.
The number of people in work in Britain has suffered the biggest drop since 2009 and signs are growing that the coronavirus will take a heavier toll on the labour market as the government winds down its huge job-protection scheme.
Emaar Malls reported revenue of Dhs1.657 billion ($ 451 million) in the first half of 2020. With a first-half net profit of Dhs345 million ($ 94 million) the result demonstrates the resilience of the business.
Dubai Land Department, in cooperation with Property Finder, launched the fourth edition of Mo’asher, Dubai’s official sales price index. The base year for Mo’asher is 2012 and the base month for the monthly index is January 2012,