IRAN. Pars and Fiat sign up to produce 250,000 vehicles per year.
UAE. Audi has higher visibility in its sights.
SAUDI ARABIA. This month's CIP report features the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. We take a brief look at the market fluctuations and influences since 1996 with a few comments on our thoughts for the next few years.
UAE. Cognos, the world leader in business intelligence and corporate performance management (CPM) has opened an office in Dubai Internet City.
IRAN. France-based Valeo and Armco to set up new plant.
IRAQ. Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank of Iraq set new 15 April deadline.
UAE. US-based group sells off 1,300 items of construction, transportation, industrial and marine equipment.
UAE. Audi sets out its sales strategy for the period up to 2009.
IRAQ. New anti-traffic procedures considered in the Council of Ministers.
IRAn. More steps to boost the competitiveness of local auto producers.
INTERNATIONAL. Saudi Arabia and Oman emerge as the fastest-growing markets for Land Rover.
EGYPT. Debate over exclusions to the new antitrust and unfair competition law.
SAUDI ARABIA. Latest talks to sweep away customs duties on industrial and agricultural products.
INTERNATIONAL. Dubai is the winner of fDi’s Middle Eastern City of the Future competition; Jubail Industrial City second.
INTERNATIONAL. WTO's first ten years "a qualified success", says Director General Supachai Panitchpakdi in this speech.
UAE. Dubai Holding, through its entity Dubai International Capital, has acquired a stake in the world’s second largest automaker DaimlerChrysler.