Gulf investors are keenly eyeing Scotland’s hospitality sector as it continues to perform impressively well with total returns for investors in Scottish leased hotels having grown 9.5 per cent year on year over the last five years.
Scottish food and drink exports to the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region grew nearly £225 million ($350.5 million) last year from £188 million the previous year, according to new figures.
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Etihad Airways, the national carrier of the UAE, has launched a new daily service between Abu Dhabi and the Scottish capital, Edinburgh.
Staff from Scotland that are based in Abu Dhabi celebrated the launch of the new flight yeste
Qatar Airways has acquired the Novotel Edinburgh Park Hotel in Scotland, one of the best-located hotels for travellers to Edinburgh.
The hotel will continue to be managed and operated under the Novotel brand by Accor which operate
Scottish companies are set to showcase a range of internationally recognised goods and products for the food and beverage industry at the Gulfood, a leading food and hospitality show set to take place in Dubai, UAE, next week.
Scotland-based Aubin Group has witnessed a diversification of goods shipped to the Gulf over the past few years.
Aubin, which specialises in the design, development and supply of chemistry-based technology and engineering services
More than 30 oil and gas organisations from Scotland are set to take part in the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (Adipec) next week in the emirate, according to Scottish Development International.
Scotland is witnessing an increase in the number of Gulf investors in its hospitality sector, it has been revealed.
One of the key investors is the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority.
Other global investors in Scotland include KSL,
Nationalist leader Alex Salmond said he will be step down from his post after Scots spurned independence in a historic referendum and warned politicians in London that they must respect their hasty promises of more powers for Scotland.
Investors in British financial assets breathed a sigh of relief on Friday, spared a prolonged and unprecedented degree of uncertainty from the United Kingdom splitting apart after Scotland voted against independence.
Stocks were c