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Mozambique is on its way to becoming one of the world’s largest energy producers, and its growing oil and gas (O&G) market is ripe with business opportunities that companies in Dubai can capitalise on, industry experts said during a recent Dubai Chamber webinar.
Overall business conditions in Dubai’s non-oil private sector economy improved at the fastest rate in over four years in April. This mainly reflected the trend in new business, as employment was broadly unchanged during the month. Notably, business conditions in the wholesale & retail sector
Egypt’s non-oil private sector economy saw renewed growth in April, according to latest PMI data. Output expanded for the first time in nearly one-and-a-half years and new business increased at a faster rate. Input purchasing and job numbers also rose, while business sentiment towards the year-ahead outlook for activity strengthened.
A wide range of development projects are underway in the UAE’s east coast emirate of Fujairah as it seeks to diversify its economy. The Port of Fujairah, its adjacent anchorage and the Fujairah Oil Industry Zone, FOIZ, are already well-established as the second largest oil bunkering centre in the world,
"The UAE has adopted elaborate regulation as well as established a dedicated regulatory body. The country has already issued licences for more than 30 exchanges to be set up," says Guy Burton.
The company announced two weeks ago that it would cancel 900 connections in July. Now it will take out of the system a further 2,200 of a total of 80,000 flights, Lufthansa said, dpa news agency reported.
According to data from hotel management analytics firm STR, Dubai ranked No.1 globally in hotel occupancy, ahead of other international destinations including New York, London and Paris for the January-April 2022 period.