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Dubai ALN forum to discuss investment prospects in Africa

  Emirates Business Global leaders will meet in Dubai for the Africa Legal Network’s (ALN) 3rd Annual International Conference on October 5-6 at the Park Hyatt, Dubai, UAE. The invite-only event will bring together government representatives and business professionals to discuss the greatest opportunities for foreign investment in Africa. The ...

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Indonesia to destroy 71 boats in display of maritime sovereignty

  Bloomberg Indonesia will cap Wednesday’s Independence Day celebrations by scuttling as many as 71 impounded foreign vessels —mostly Vietnamese but also a handful of Chinese —to signal its determination to protect its sovereignty over lucrative fishing grounds in the South China Sea. The destruction of the boats comes amid ...

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ENOC’s new strategy to support domestic, int’l expansion plans

  Dubai / WAM The Board of Directors of Dubai Government-owned Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC) have announced a new growth strategy aimed at serving Dubai’s growing energy needs while simultaneously developing an integrated upstream and downstream energy value chain to drive future growth. As part of the five-year strategy 2016-2021, ...

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Façade Summit to focus on fire safety in building design

  Dubai / Emirates Business Construction industry experts and government officials assembling in Dubai next month will tackle the threat of fires in the region, an issue highlighted by recent blazes in high-rise towers. The latest statistics, published this month by Guardian Wealth Management, a global financial planning company, claim ...

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Japan’s economic growth fizzles out in Q2

  AFP Japan’s economy stagnated in the second quarter, data showed Monday, falling below expectations and rekindling worries about the government’s faltering bid to stoke a recovery. Growth in the world’s third largest economy was flat at 0.0 percent quarter-on-quarter, missing economists’ predictions for a 0.2 percent expansion in the ...

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