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2018 'busy year' for UAE hotel sector - forecast

As The Hotel Show draws to a close for 2017, forecasters have revealed that 2018 is expected to be hugely eventful for the UAE’s hospitality industry – with no less than 83 new hotels set to open.   The latest Midd

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Emirates becomes official partner of The Ryder Cup

Emirates and the European Tour have renewed their existing European Tour Agreement for four years until 2021. The new deal includes Emirates becoming an Official Partner of The 2018 Ryder Cup. The 48th edition of The Ryder Cup, sc

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Top Saudi banks ‘under pressure to protect profits’

Large Saudi banks will protect their profits despite a tough business climate, said Moody’s in a new report, highlighting that lower government could dampen credit demand and weaken corporate and consumer borrowers' ability to repay de

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Hyundai launches redesigned Sonata in MEA

Hyundai has launched its redesigned mid-size sedan Sonata with a dramatic new exterior design, an impressive list of standard safety features, and new engine and transmission options in Africa and Middle East markets. Created at H

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Lisbon to host Seatrade Cruise Med 2018

Seatrade has announced that Portugal’s capital city, Lisbon, will be the 2018 venue for the largest cruise industry event focusing on the Mediterranean and its adjoining seas – Seatrade Cruise Med 2018. Hosted by the P

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Jeddah hotel rooms to double by 2018

The number of hotel rooms in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia is forecast to double by 2018, according to a new report.   The ‘Jeddah Hotel Market Overview’ report by JLL prepared ahead of The Hotel Show Saudi Arabia 2016 reve

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GCC network security sector to reach $1bn by 2018

The amount of spending on the regional network security for the GCC-wide sector is set to grow from $340 million to $1 billion by 2018, according to a Frost & Sullivan report. The upcoming inaugural Future Technology Week at D

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Gulf states prepare VAT laws ahead of introduction

Gulf Arab states are putting the finishing touches on draft laws on value-added taxes (VAT) of up to five per cent that could be imposed from 2018 to boost revenues hit by falling oil prices, officials said on Thursday.  

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Swiss examine 133 suspicious World Cup transactions

Swiss authorities are reviewing 133 reports of suspicious financial activity linked to the decisions by soccer's ruling body to let Russia and Qatar host the 2018 and 2022 World Cup finals, said the Swiss Office of the Attorney General (OAG)

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