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Posted: 14-01-2005
IRAN. Support for Iran in opening markets and adaptation to WTO.
Posted: 14-01-2005
LIBYA. Libya on track for US$5 billion oil investments.
Posted: 14-01-2005
SYRIA. Trade exchange could be symbolic for relations.
Posted: 14-01-2005
INTERNATIONAL. Auto warranty specialist passes the 400,000 customer mark.
Posted: 14-01-2005
INTERNATIONAL. Nissan sales rise 46% as marketing efforts materialise.
Posted: 14-01-2005
UAE. Arabian Automobiles Co selects Oracle E-Business solutions platform.
Posted: 14-01-2005
PALESTINE. 2003 trade gap widens as demand rises for transportation and crude materials.
Posted: 14-01-2005
SAUDIA ARABIA. International Monetary Fund praises Saudi officials, as 2005 sees private sector projects double, oil and non-oil exports up 5%.
Posted: 21-01-2005
MOROCCO. Moves toward regional free trade agreement for Middle East and North Africa.
Posted: 21-01-2005
EGYPT. An opportunity referral from this Egyptian supplier to the global auto industry.
Posted: 24-01-2005
IRAN. Go ahead for 4,000 compressed natural gas (CNG)-fuelled Peugeot vehicles, in line with national interest.
Posted: 24-01-2005
IRAN. Differences of opinion inside and outside Iran on joining the global trade body.
Posted: 25-01-2005
IRAQ. June 2005 event for reconstruction and economic development receives Dubai government support.
Posted: 25-01-2005
BAHRAIN. Thoughts on process management, the Six Sigma Academy and programme details for next-month's Gulf Excellence.
Posted: 28-01-2005
IRAQ. Citigroup and JP Morgan to advise on financial institution creditors and new structures.
Posted: 28-01-2005
IRAN. Pars and Fiat sign up to produce 250,000 vehicles per year.
 
UAE. "When the system collapses, it is not the end of the world. It simply means that the major trading and financial powers in the world come together in a conference to write new rules of the game." ICA Conference in Dubai to address lessons from global economic crisis.
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