DIFC witnessed exceptional growth in the first half of 2023. File/WAM
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.
Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC), the leading global financial centre in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Etisalat, the leading emerging markets telecommunications provider.
The Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) announced on Tuesday a number of initiatives aimed to provide significant assistance and regulatory relief to the Dubai International Financial Centre’s (DIFC) financial services community.
The Government of Umm Al Quwain (UAQ), in close partnership with the UAE Ministry of Economy and Emirates Nature-WWF, has announced the launch of an initiative to develop a set of robust Sustainable Blue Economy (SBE) guidelines spanning key sectors such as Tourism and Recreation, Built
In a partnership to advance sustainability and foster environmental stewardship, BEEAH Group, the Middle East’s sustainability and digitalisation pioneer, and the Administrative Capital for Urban Development (ACUD), the company developing Egypt’s New Administrative Capital (NAC) mega project,
India’s housing prices across the top eight 1ndian cities increased incessantly at 10% YoY during Q3 this year led sturdy housing demand amid positive home buyer sentiment and stable interest rates. All eight major cities experienced a notable increase in housing prices, with Hyderabad leading the
China’s consumer prices fell the fastest in three years in November while factory-gate deflation deepened, indicating rising deflationary pressures as weak domestic demand casts doubt over the economic recovery. The consumer price index (CPI) dropped 0.5% both from a year earlier and compared