Industry leaders from across the world will discuss the opportunities, challenges and benefits of being a host city at the third edition of Host Cities summit set to open tomorrow (November 26) in Dubai, UAE.
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World soccer's governing body Fifa lodged a criminal complaint in Switzerland on Tuesday against unidentified people over the bidding for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, but stood by its conclusion that any wrongdoing was not enough to jeopard
A former employee of Qatar's 2022 World Cup bid has accused Fifa investigators of violating confidentiality promises made when she agreed to provide evidence of alleged corruption related to the bid.
On Sunday, former Qatar bi
The soccer World Cups of 2018 and 2022 are set go ahead in Russia and Qatar as planned after Fifa's ethics committee said on Thursday it could find no grounds for reopening the controversial bidding process.
In a long-awaited
The UAE has asked bidders for its biggest onshore oilfields to extend their offers by two months until December 31, sources familiar with the matter said, as the country considers bringing in Asian firms after decades-long partnerships with we
Iraq's oil ministry has again delayed an international tendering for the development of its 4 billion-barrel Nassiriya oil field and the construction of an associated 300,000 barrel a day refinery, the Iraqi oil ministry said on Tuesday.
The UAE National Astronomical Observatory and Telescope project has been approved and authorities are at the phase of putting the specification for the bidding process, the CEO of Dubai Astronomy Group said.
The project will be ha
Legal action is being taken against Bahrain's telecom watchdog for allegedly barring Menatelecom from bidding to offer 4G mobile phone services, a report said.
The company yesterday filed a case against the Telecommunications
Politics will play a major part in the sale of Maroc Telecom. Vivendi, the French media and telecom conglomerate, is in shrinking mode.
It hasn't had any trouble drumming up interest from far-flung corners of the world for its