Emirates International Telecommunications (EIT), a unit of Dubai Holding, said on Sunday it plans to sell its 60 per cent stake in Maltese telecom operator Go.
The company owned by Dubai's ruler said in an emailed statement it
Emirates International Telecommunications Malta, a subsidiary of Dubai Holdings, said Thursday that it intends to pull out of Malta telecoms company Go in the short term.
It gave no explanation for its decision, which it announced
More than 1,000 Philippine and Indian workers were evacuated to Malta on Friday from Libya, whose parliament has sought United Nation help to protect civilians from fighting between armed factions.
Maltese harbour officials said D
China has evacuated several hundred workers from Libya and is taking them by ship to Malta, the head of the Malta Civil Service, Mario Cutajar, said on Wednesday.
He said the Maltese government was arranging temporary accommodatio
Reconya, an advisory specialising in residence and citizenship planning in Europe, is targeting expatriates living in the UAE to provide a seamless and licensed residency service.
The company sees good opportunity in the UAE
Dubai-based Emirates airline has resumed passenger flights to Tripoli, the capital of Libya.
The airline will fly three times a week on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, with a stop at Malta, said a statement.
Burgan Bank said on Thursday it received regulatory approval to buy a 25 percent stake in Malta's Fimbank.
Burgan, the commercial banking arm of Kuwait Projects Co (KIPCO), said in October it was planning to buy the stake in t
Emirates will restart passenger flights to Libya's capital Tripoli from September 1, a statement said.
It said that the flights to Tripoli - every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday - will also make a stop in Malta.
Turkish Airlines, which operates the world’s fourth largest flight network, has launched flights to Malta, its 100th country destination.
The national carrier of Turkey said travellers from 32 of its Middle East destinations
Turkish Airlines will start operations to four new destinations this month, in addition to Friedrichshafen in Germany, to where it started flying on May 2.
The new destinations are Isparta (Turkey), Santia