The cargo division of Cathay Pacific Airways and Lufthansa Cargo, Europe's largest air cargo carrier, have formed a joint network Hong Kong and Europe, offering more direct connections, greater flexibility and time savings.
There is a need for better international cross-sector connectivity in order to realise the significant trade potential, said Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem, the chairman and chief executive of Dubai-based global marine terminal operator DP World Group
Falconcity of Wonders, the developer of a key multipurpose mega project in the UAE, kicked off its participation as a platinum sponsor at Dubai Property Show – Hong Kong on Thursday (January 28) with the unveiling of its prime real estate
Dubai-based real estate master developer Nakheel, creator of some of the world’s most famous landmarks including Palm Jumeirah, is heading east to showcase new projects with construction values of over $4.6 billion at the Dubai Property Sh
Falconcity of Wonders, the developer of Falconcity of Wonders (FCW) - a multipurpose mega project currently being built in Dubai, UAE, is set to take part at a leading property show in Hong Kong.
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Qatar Airways will resume full operations of both daily services between Hong Kong and Doha, effective February 16, the airline has announced.
The two daily Hong Kong-Doha flights are currently jointly operated by Qatar Airways an
Qatar Airways has once again been named the Best Middle Eastern/African Airline at the 2015 Business Traveller Asia-Pacific Awards held in Hong Kong last week.
This is the sixth consecutive year the Gulf carrier has received this accola
The residential real estate market in Dubai, UAE, is still considered ‘affordable’ when compared with many global cities, according to a new report which lists Hong Kong as the world’s most expensive residential location.
InterContinental Hotels Group said it had agreed to sell InterContinental Hong Kong to a consortium of investors for $938 million and may return some of the proceeds to shareholders.
IHG, one of the world's largest hoteliers,
More than 1,000 financial institutions have used renminbi (RMB) for payments with China and Hong Kong in May, representing 25 per cent of all institutions exchanging payments with the latter across all currencies, according to recent data.