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German automaker BMW and Chinese online gaming giant Tencent Holdings are teaming up to launch a computing centre in China that will help develop self-driving cars in the world’s biggest auto market, the companies said on Friday.
Germany’s BMW will recall 360,000 vehicles in China as part of the worldwide effort to root out defective airbags made by now-defunct Japanese supplier Takata, regulators in Beijing said.
Auto sales in China fell for a 15th consecutive month in September, data from its biggest auto industry association showed, dampening hopes for a second-half turnaround in the world’s largest auto market.
The latter leads to an increase in the total cost of credit, logically impacting the debt capacity of the UAE residents. And this situation seems set to last since the last increase in September, in an international context favorable to inflation.
In 2022, this momentum continues with the largest companies across the globe allocating significant resources to blockchain technology to streamline and future-proof their businesses.
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, Chairman of Dubai Executive Council and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Dubai Future Foundation (DFF), has said the metaverse will shape a new digital future for humanity.
Adnoc Distribution announced on Wednesday the approval of an interim dividend payment to shareholders for the first six months of 2022 of Dhs1.285 billion (10.285 fils per share), equivalent to $350 million. This is the first payment of what is expected to be a full-year 2022 dividend payment of minimum Dhs2.57 billion (20.57 fils