More than 30 French companies are set to showcase technology and innovation for the construction sector at a trade show in Qatar next month.
Project Qatar, the 11th international construction technology and bui
The French Business Council of Dubai & Northern Emirates (FBC) said the number of its members has grown 18 per cent, reaching a total of more than 600 members, both French and local companies.
The French Ch
The prevention and tracking of infectious viruses was one of the topics discussed in a meeting between top Emirati and French officials, said a report.
Issa Al Maidoor, director general of the Dubai Health Authority and Olivier Ly
A UAE delegation discussed with a French minister the importance of building co-operation and effective partnership between both the countries in various healthcare fields.
The delegation was headed by Essa Al Maidoor, Director-Ge
Companies at the French pavilion of the Arab Health-Medlab exhibition in Dubai will showcase their products on an extended area.
The 104 French companies attending the exhibition will showcase their medical systems in the area spl
A French expert will open a series of high-level presentations on effective strategies to make the world’s cities more sustainable at a summit in Abu Dhabi.
Nicole Bricq, the French Minister for Foreign Trade, will speak on
London-based Knightsbridge Cafe has opened on the Jumeirah Beach Road in Dubai.
The cafe features homemade French cakes, counters with whole cakes, croissants and madeline, said a statement.
Mohammed Jaber, caf&eacu
DisaSolar, French SME specialist in custom-made solar modules, will showcase its new organic materials-based solutions at the World Future Energy Summit to be held in Abu Dhabi from January 22.
The company commercialises and insta
Talks between the Bahrain government and a French company over transmission projects could be threatened if efforts to blacklist the firm throughout the GCC prove successful, it has been claimed.
Saudi-based Soroof International a
France's foreign ministry said on Wednesday two more French journalists were being held hostage in Syria, taking the number of its captive citizens in the country to four.
The two men, Nicolas Henin, who was working for Le Poi