The 3D Printing technology is becoming fast popular due to ease of use, and is expected to get further widespread as cost will come down significantly in the next five years, according to a professor from the University of Sharjah.
African air travel spend is expected to rise 24 per cent with the introduction of the pan-African passport in 2018, a new report has unveiled.
According to a new research released by global travel technology provider, Sabre Corpor
The overall number of projects in Iran which have drawn foreign direct investment is expected to increase by over six times by March, a senior official said in a report.
Once the contracts between Iranian and foreign firms are fin
Qatar Airways has announced an increase in services to Dammam and Riyadh, connecting travellers from Saudi Arabia to more than 150 worldwide destinations through the Hamad International Airport in Doha.
From October 30, Qatar Airw
Inbound arrivals to Saudi Arabia will reach over 20 million by 2020, as the religious tourism sector flourishes in line with increasing demand to join the annual Haj pilgrimage, according to consumer insight firm Canadean.
The National Bank of Egypt (NBE), the oldest commercial lender in Egypt, aims to increase the size of loans granted to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to E£70 billion ($7.8 billion) over four years, said a report.
Qatar Airways will introduce additional capacity to its two South American gateways from December 1, when the airline upgrades its existing aircraft operating on the route, a Boeing 777-200LR, to a Boeing 777-300ER.
The upgrade to
Tourico Holidays, the world’s fastest growing wholesale travel brokerage company, has reported a 22 per cent increase in worldwide activity bookings over the last 12 months as a result of adding 1,416 new activities to its global inventory
RAKtherm, a leading and internationally certified brand of innovative PPR and PEX piping systems, has devised its solid growth plan to increase its international footprint.
The three-pronged plan comprises investment in capital ex
Egypt-based Sakr Group for Food Industries revealed that it plans to increase its exports this year following the inauguration of its new factory for the production of juices, said a report.
The company aims to double its exports