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UAE. Dubai Holding, through its entity Dubai International Capital, has acquired a stake in the world’s second largest automaker DaimlerChrysler.
OMAN. India's automotive major Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) is to launch its Sports Utility Vehicle.
UAE. A free trade deal between Australia and the UAE opens opportunities for Holden and Toyota.
UAE. A positive view of the Middle East in the world emerges from the Finance, Credit and International Business (FCIB) conference.
UAE. Porsche Middle East & Africa FZE records a 48% growth in 2004.
IRAN. Steps towards a global standard for next-generation auto emission measurement.
EGYPT. BMW's mainland China partner joins up with unnamed Egyptian company.
INTERNATIONAL. Experiments with hydrogen fuel cell-powered cars move into the mainstream.
INTERNATIONAL. EU Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson on the proposed Euro-Mediterranean customs system.
SAUDI ARABIA. New law will soon grant Saudi citizenship to foreigners working and living in the Kingdom for ten years.
QATAR. World Economic Forum study focuses on the challenges of improving the region's competitiveness at a particularly critical time.
YEMEN. Economic reform programme reaches another critical phase.
INTERNATIONAL. Registration opens for conference involving senior G-8 officials and government, financial and business leaders from the Middle East and North Africa.
EGYPT. US-Egypt FTA suddenly looks promising with implications for textiles and a raft of industries.
INTERNATIONAL. General Motors Middle East sales witnessed outstanding 35% growth in first quarter 2005.
UAE. Al Tayer Motors, one of the UAE's leading automotive importer -dealers, has extended its after-sales support to owners of Ford, Lincoln, Mercury, Jaguar, and Land Rover vehicles.