Officials during the RetailME virtual roundtable.
British retail sales jumped back almost to pre-coronavirus lockdown levels in June when non-essential stores in England reopened, giving a boost to beleaguered clothing stores.
Britain’s high street faces more than 5,000 job cuts after two of its biggest names said that customers were unlikely to return to their old shopping habits after the coronavirus crisis, in the latest blow to the country’s ailing economy.
US retail sales rose more than expected in June as consumers bought major items like motor vehicles and dined out, but a resurgence in new COVID-19 cases is chipping at the budding recovery, keeping 32 million Americans on unemployment benefits.
Brazil’s retail sales ended the first half of the year on a strong footing, official figures showed, surging back to pre-crisis levels as the easing of lockdown measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic continued across the country.
Saudi Aramco on Thursday announced its first global investment in liquefied natural gas, part of a broader bid by the energy giant to expand beyond oil.
Mariam Bint Mohammed Almheiri, UAE Minister of Climate Change and Environment, called upon UAE businesses to mainstream sustainability into all their operations
Dubai property market is witnessing a remarkable growth and developers are announcing new projects to meet the rising demand in the market.