Yellow Door Energy, Middle East Insulation sign deal for 205 kWp solar power project in Dubai

Dubai-based Yellow Door Energy (YDE), a provider of lease-to-own solar energy solutions for commercial and industrial energy consumers, announced on Monday it has signed an agreement for construction, operation and maintenance of a 205 kilowatt peak (kWp) solar PV plant at cladding systems manufacturer Middle East Insulation’s newest facility in Dubai Investment Park (DIP) for 15 years.

Gulf trade with Africa a growing source of optimism

Trade and investment between Arabian Gulf countries and Africa could historically be summed up in one line: oil going one way, a few agricultural products going the other.

Ashok Leyland: Focus on innovation

India's leading commercial vehicles manufacturer Ashok Leyland has identified Dubai as a central location for its international operations headquarters.

LT Foods: Huge demand for Basmati

LT Foods, a leading Indian basmati exporter, has been in the business for more than 50 years now.

DP World : Jebel Ali Free Zone trade reaches US$80.2 billion in 2016

Dubai-based Jebel Ali Free Zone (Jafza), a subsidiary of global trade enabler, DP World, has announced the growing of its non-oil foreign trade by 17 percent from 23.9 million to 27.9 million tonnes in 2016, worth $80.2 billion.

Vicco Laboratories: All-round remedy based on trust

Vicco products are Ayurvedic and free from impurities and side effects

EEPC India: Expanding trade ties

EEPC India organises and participates in a large number of trade fairs and exhibitions, both in India and abroad

Dubai Exports looks at cooperation with India in food processing sector

Dubai Exports, the export promotion agency of Dubai Economy, is looking at greater cooperation with India in the food processing sector as bilateral trade ties strengthen between the two countries.

USGC crude Mars climbs to 23-month high as market eyes OPEC technical meeting

US Gulf Coast medium sour crude Mars rose to its highest assessed level in almost two years Monday on market anticipation of possible Venezuela crude sanctions, continued export demand and an OPEC meeting to discuss production cut compliance.

Prioritise a Gulf free trade deal and ascend to Arabian Heights

As the Leave campaign argued during the run-up to the referendum, the UK’s future economic exploration, academic opportunity, and travel and cultural discoveries will lie with other parts of the world as well as Europe.