The upcoming SteelFab 2016 in Sharjah, UAE, will offer the steel fabrication and metal working industry in the Middle East region an unprecedented opportunity to source machinery from Europe at an economical rate, organisers said.
Asian stocks dipped on Monday amid a lack of immediate directional cues in light year-end trade, although Japanese shares managed to rise following a rebound in crude oil prices from multiple-year lows.
Investors across asset mark
Euro Motors, the exclusive dealer and distributor for luxury automotive manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover in Bahrain, officially inaugurated its new $30 million showroom at an event recently.
The opening ceremony
Asian stocks slipped on Thursday as weak oil prices continued to feed global growth worries, while the euro held solid gains after a policymaker poured cold water on market expectations of more easing by the European Central Bank.
Crude oil prices extended gains on Friday, as the dollar slumped against the euro, although market focus is fixed on an Opec meeting in Vienna where the group is expected to reiterate its high output strategy.
US crude CLc1 was tr
Asian shares slipped while the euro retained lavish gains on Friday, a day after its biggest one-day surge in nearly seven years as the European Central Bank's stimulus package fell well short of markets' high expectations.
Asian shares advanced in early trade on Thursday, while growing bets the European Central Bank was gearing up to deliver further stimulus steps kept the euro under pressure.
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside
The euro sagged to a seven-month trough on Monday as the prospect of more policy easing in Europe benefited the US dollar, while activity in Asian shares was crimped by a holiday in Japan.
The strength of the dollar also combined