A panel discussion is in progress during the event in Dubai on Sunday.
I am a visitor to Dubai. The exquisite infrastructure in roads network, real estate and housing as well as the organisation of the malls is impressive.
Progress and prosperity are important for every nation, but they can and should be achieved through responsible actions, keeping in mind the need to preserve the precious environment.
Dubai is a city of superlatives and its penchant for the Number 1 slot is well known. Visionary policies, strategic tourism initiatives and endless attractions have placed the Emirate among the world’s top destinations.
Based on international figures and statistics concerning human usage, I predict that the number of Internet users’ in the world will reach more than 7.7 billion users by 2030, accounting for more than 90 per cent of the world’s population expected at the time, with more than 7 billion of them using Internet through their smart phones.
The sensex traded slightly lower amid heavy outflow of foreign funds on Tuesday and caution ahead of key quarterly results. Monday saw the Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) selling nearly Rs 2,000 crore worth of stocks,
Jubail Island Investment Company (JIIC) has awarded an Dhs50 million marine works contract for Jubail Island to National Marine Dredging Company.
China’s central bank (CB) offered medium-term loans to financial institutions on Tuesday in an attempt to get more affordable funds to struggling smaller firms, as it steps up efforts to support a slowing economy.
Leading global wind turbine manufacturers Vestas and Siemens Gamesa have roots in Denmark, which now covers around 30 per cent of its energy needs with renewables. The wind turbines filling fields nearby flag the origins of a future-focused business.