At least 50 soldiers from the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain were killed in Yemen on Friday in the deadliest attack on Gulf Arab troops in the Saudi-led military campaign against Houthi forces, Gulf news agencies said.
As many as 22 soldiers from the UAE were killed in Yemen while taking part in a Saudi-led campaign against the Houthis, UAE state news agency WAM said on Friday.
The Houthis said they fired a rocket at a weapon
Amazon Filters, a leading European manufacturer of industrial process filtration, has partnered with UAE-based EPC Solutions to increase its brand awareness in the Middle East oil and gas industry.
UAE hotels performed significantly well in July with hoteliers in Abu Dhabi reporting a 10.5 percentage point rise in occupancy levels to 60.8 per cent, subsequently driving a 27.22 per cent growth in revenue per available room (RevPAR) to $73.0
Baharash Architecture, an award-winning design studio based in London, UK, has won a contract to design a solar-powered luxury desert eco-retreat in the Liwa region of the UAE.
The facility has been designed to be in harmony with
The boom in demand for luxurious and high-end spa services in Dubai has placed UAE in the lead for spa tourism across the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) with revenues of $411 million forecast for 2015 and visitor numbers set to double by 20
Business activity growth in the UAE’s non-oil private sector accelerated in August to a six-month high, while the same in Saudi Arabia rose to a five-month high during the month, buoyed by the impact of increasing oil production, a survey
Around 80 per cent of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the UAE are positive on growth outlook, despite seeing dips in payment collection and ability to raise finance during the next three months (Q3), a report said.
Ras Al Khaimah is looking to lure a larger chunk of the Chinese travel market as Chinese visitor numbers to the UAE rose 125 per cent during the first half of the year.
Chinese outbound tourism has increased globally, with almost 62 mil
The UAE’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2015 is expected to reach 3.9 per cent thanks to more established diversification efforts, while many Middle East states will see lower growth caused by the plunging oil price, according to