Four gun-wielding rebel fighters sit relaxing on a wall, their faces concealed by scarves and ski masks. All are Indonesians who came to Syria to join the Islamist insurgency, the cameraman says, speaking Indonesian peppered with Arabic phrases.
Acer has appointed Luca Rossi as the president for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) operations.
The current EMEA president Oliver Ahrens is set to take over a new challenge as president of the newly formed
Battling to catch up with German rivals in China, luxury carmaker Daimler is shifting gears, giving local authorities unprecedented access to new Mercedes models and even tailoring engines destined for its home market to Chinese regulations.
Dubai Investments (DI) International, a subsidiary of Dubai Investments, the leading investment company listed on the Dubai Financial Market, is currently tapping into business opportunities in Africa and Asia, said a top official.
Asia is more at risk from any disruption to Middle East oil supplies than Europe or the US but is less prepared to deal with such a scenario, according to a new report from Britain's Royal Institute of International Affairs.
Iran's crude oil exports have surged to their highest in 20 months, far exceeding a 1 million barrel-per-day limit set by the West under an interim deal on curbing Tehran's nuclear program.
The International Energy Agency&
Asian shares hit a four-month high on Tuesday after dovish comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and China's official PMI survey showing the manufacturing sector managed to continue expanding in March.
Al Salam Bank-Bahrain (ASBB) said it has launched the world's first Asian real estate investment trust (REIT) fund that invests along Sharia principles.
ASBB is the sponsor and seed investor for the Al Salam Asia REIT Fund, wh
Iran's top two oil customers China and India have boosted imports in January, taking in close to the total volume it is permitted to sell to all buyers following the recent easing of sanctions.
The jumps indicate Iran's to
Aerospace firms will finalise billions of dollars of deals at next week's Singapore Airshow, hoping to ride out a storm in emerging markets whose prosperity is vital to their plans to keep producing record numbers of jets.