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Since December 2012, the CBE has posed 517 regular tenders and 9 exceptional ones totalling $28.6bn, until last Tuesday
There’s no reason to fear a sell-out of German technology through Chinese takeovers, says APA Chairman Hubert Lienhard in an interview granted to DW at the Asia Pacific Conference of German Business in Hong Kong.
Microsoft has announced it will increase prices for a range of enterprise services in the UK
Confidence among German business leaders has slipped markedly, the latest monthly index of Germany’s Ifo economic research institute has shown. Global uncertainties are finally taking their toll, experts say.
Its status as the area’s top predator has not stopped the endangered Caspian seal’s numbers from plummeting. Conservationists hope international action can come to its rescue.The Caspian Sea is vast and ancient.
Budget airline Easyjet has said Britain’s planned exit from the European Union will have a severe impact on its business in the next six months. The rapid depreciation of the pound is among the most worrying factors.
Following the Brexit, the UK’s closest continental neighbor faces its own political challenges. But the French are also poised to benefit should the UK lose access to the single market, Jake Cigainero reports from Paris.
The EDGE Certification process promotes gender equality in the workplace. Setting global standards and using a business approach to gender equity makes a big difference, EDGE co-founder Aniela Unguresan told DW.
Some decades ago, Bill Gates of Microsoft, during a visit to Georgetown University, pronounced that there was no need for his company to have a Washington office. Oh ye of little faith—today the firm has “seen the light” and supports a major operation in Washington, D.C. In order to learn we must understand the context …
The project is a web portal for providing specialised content in the area of business continuity
In Iran, billionaire Babak Zanjani has been sentenced to death for corruption. He once had close ties to political circles. The justice system just wants to close the case and has no interest in further explanation.
There are approximately 1,000 enterprise companies laughed per month, compared to 470 companies in 2015, says Salman
Macro changes in the international business environment will affect marketing content, application, context and acceptance. One prime example of adjustment success and failure is the reunification of East (GDR) and West Germany. The lessons learned from that experience might help transform other places, such as in Iran and Cuba. Twenty-five years later, an entire generation …
The CBE decision included high-priority products, such as pharmaceuticals, production inputs, raw materials, food, and industrial machinery, excluding other luxury goods.
2015 witnessed the first cross-border IPOs by Egyptian issuers in the past five years
Next year will be the beginning of “breakthrough” for exports’ rates, says Qabil
Giving license to established projects requiring heavy energy is not allowed except for sectors, regulation approved by cabinet
On Sunday, IEC said it has no further announcements than the ones made on 6 December, in which it said it will act to collect the awarded amount
Shoukry met with the heads of large corporations, including Samsung and Hyundai
Seller and buyers’ obligations for electricity have been defined in the final draft of the power purchasing agreement, which Daily News Egypt obtained a copy of. According to the draft, the electricity seller should design, procure, install, and test the production facility, as well as own it, operate it and maintain it. All electricity generated …
Several businessmen faced issues this year such as confiscating assets, freezing stocks and freezing bank accounts, causing a major drop in the stock market performance
Al-Sisi addresses “distress” among businessmen, following release of Salah Diab
A protection fee was imposed on rebar steel in April 2015