New Smart System Launched By Dubai Municipality - Food & Safety Dept.

Dubai Municipality’s food and safety department announced the launch of its new smart system. This will enable customers to print their documents, health certificates electronically without the need to visit the government office to obtain hard copies.

Dubai Is All Set To Become Medical Tourism Hub

While Dubai already offers a wide variety of internationally accredited facilities, staffed by more than 35,000 healthcare professionals from 110 nationalities as well as Dubai Healthcare City free zone, it’s set to up the ante in the run up to 2020. By this time, Dubai Health Authority (DHA) plans to attract 500,000 annual international medical tourists to the city, a strategy that is fuelling opportunities for the emirate’s burgeoning healthcare industry.

Belo Medical To Open Its Clinic In Dubai In 2019

Filipino beauty and cosmetic surgery empire Belo Medical will open its first clinic in Dubai next year, the group’s founder and CEO Dr. Vicki Belo said Saturday.

Saudi Arabia's first high speed railway opens to the public

Saudi Arabia’s high-speed railway, The Haramain High Speed Rail system opened to the public on Thursday, transporting 417 passengers from Makkah to Madinah.

Mohammed Bin Rashid Innovation Fund Provides $1.5 Million For High-Tech Greenhouse

The Mohammed bin Rashid Innovation Fund (MBRIF), operated by the Emirates Development Bank, has announced a disbursement of AED5.5 million ($1.5 million) to UAE-based Pure Harvest.

Abu Dhabi Fund Allocates $871.18 Million To Support Farm Sector

Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD), the leading national entity for development aid, has allocated nearly Dh3.2 billion ($871.18 million) towards development projects in the agricultural and irrigation sectors in developing countries.

Botswana looks to Dubai as a major trade hub

Non-oil bilateral trade has tripled over the past five years to exceed $1bn, Dubai Chamber official says

Gold rises as investors rush to safe havens

London: Gold and oil both reacted strongly to data on Friday showing US job growth had ground to a halt.



Toyota's faulty car parts claim may hurt sales in China

Tokyo: Toyota Motor Corp, the second- largest Japanese automaker in China, may face declining sales in the country should government claims of faulty parts lead to recalls, Mizuno Credit Advisory said.



Motorola ups its smartphone game

Dubai: Motorola has finally come out with a phone which can really compete with the rivals in the smartphone space.