Monday , October 23 2017

Noura Al Kaabi: UAE is making great strides in digital diplomacy

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ABU DHABI / WAM The technological advancements the world is witnessing at present have significantly contributed to the changing character of war, Noura bint Mohammed Al Kaabi, Minister of Culture and Knowledge Development, said in her speech at the Ministry of Defence organised ‘The Leaders Conference: War in the 21st ...

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Deyaar, Huawei partner to deliver smart properties

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Dubai / Emirates Business Deyaar Development PJSC, one of the UAE’s leading property development and real estate services companies, has entered into a strategic partnership with Huawei with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The new partnership will provide residents of Deyaar properties with cutting edge technology solutions, ...

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ADIPEC expects more business for offshore, marine services

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Abu Dhabi / Emirates Business The Offshore and Marine industry is expected to see increased business at this year’s Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC), with analysts predicting modest increases in spending for maintenance and production in the oil sector, and significant investment expected for new offshore natural ...

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Krypto Labs to launch unique incubator concept in Masdar City

Abu Dhabi / Emirates Business Krypto Labs, a world-class ecosystem for groundbreaking start-ups, will officially inaugurate its custom-built all-in-one incubator, accelerator and co-working space in the heart of Masdar City, Abu Dhabi, helping bridge the gap between innovators and investors. The new 2,600 square-metre facility comprises state-of-the-art resources including an ...

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Slow North America oil growth hits hard on service firms

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Bloomberg Schlumberger Ltd. and Baker Hughes, the world’s two biggest oilfield service companies, say North America’s growth engine is slowing. The investment appetite by explorers in North America “seems to be moderating” with the priority now being preservation of cash flow rather than the pursuit of continued production growth, Schlumberger ...

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