- newIMF Not Concerned About Dubai Ability to Repay Debt, Ahmed Says
The International Monetary Fund said it isn’t worried about Dubai’s ability to meet its financial obligations after the emirate that almost defaulted in 2009 successfully managed to reschedule payments.
- 11 hours ago, 21 May 13, 12:35pm -
- newDubai comes to Davis Cup rescue after Myanmar issue
The UAE has offered to host the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Groups III and IV tournaments, which were due to take place in Myanmar but were cancelled because of security concerns following civil unrest last month.
- 12 hours ago, 21 May 13, 11:09am -
- newDubai's Arabtec says projects unaffected by strike
* Arabtec says project timetables unaffected by strike * Liaising with UAE authorities, seeking quick resolution * Some striking labourers resumed work on Tuesday * Rare example of labour unrest in UAE (Recasts, adds worker comments, share price) DUB…
- 13 hours ago, 21 May 13, 10:27am -
- newDubai's Arabtec says projects unaffected by labour strike
DUBAI, May 21 (Reuters) - Arabtec, Dubai's largestconstruction firm, said on Tuesday that it was working withauthorities in the United Arab Emirates to resolve a labourdispute and that its projects delivery schedule would not beaffected by the action…
- 15 hours ago, 21 May 13, 8:34am -
- newDubai nightmare: 10 years for Matt
Jailed for for pocketing $6 million from swindle, Matt Joyce remained defiant and vowed to clear his name.
- 21 hours ago, 21 May 13, 2:56am -
- newDubai jails Aussie for 10 years
Australian executive sentenced but his junior colleague acquitted over fraud.
- 21 hours ago, 21 May 13, 2:44am -
- A meeting of minds at Dubai Football Academies Forum
For a second straight year, the annual Dubai Football Academies Forum returns to the emirate, bringing together some of the top football experts in the world with the goal to help develop youth football in the country.
- 1 day ago, 20 May 13, 9:47pm -
- Dubai labourers stage rare strike for more pay
DUBAI (Reuters) - Thousands of workers employed by Dubai's largest construction firm, Arabtec, stayed away from work on Sunday to back wage demands, a rare labour protest in the Gulf emirate, where trade unions are banned, staff said. Related Stories…
- 2 days ago, 19 May 13, 10:22pm -
- Dubai laborers stage rare strike for more pay
By Praveen Menon DUBAI (Reuters) - Thousands of workers employed by Dubai's largest construction firm, Arabtec, stayed away from work on Sunday to back wage demands, a rare labor protest in the Gulf emirate, where trade unions are banned, staff said.…
- 2 days ago, 19 May 13, 10:06pm -
- Dubai Rises in Longest Set of Gains Since 2011 on Recovery Bets
Dubai’s benchmark stock index rose for a ninth day in its longest winning streak in more than two years on investor optimism the emirate is recovering from a property crash and restructuring debt. Abu Dhabi’s gauge gained.
- 2 days ago, 19 May 13, 3:47pm -