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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.
YEMEN. German and Chinese investors to establish key plants in Aden Free Zone and new industrial areas.
IRAN. First regional investment from the Iran Tractor Manufacturing Company.
IRAQ. According to USAID, IPA has taken a leading role in Iraq's policy reform and efforts to coordinate foreign and Iraqi investment.
IRAQ. A WTO Legislative Action Plan on issues such as intellectual property is awaiting formal government approval.
OMAN. The ambitious ‘Branding Oman’ project signed in October 2004 consist of two phases.
BAHRAIN. The boutique German sports car maker RUF Automobile makes one-of-a-kind investment in the Middle East.
MOROCCO. Morocco stays at the top of the regional list of countries attracting foreign investments - European Investment Bank report.
MOROCCO. Past flotations were dominated by partially privatised state companies, but a new round of financing will see introductions of well-known private groups such as Meditel, Risma, and Somepi Texaco.
INTERNATIONAL. A collapse in locally-assembled car sales as the majors improve their marketing and distribution, adjusting prices for a strong Euro.
IRAN. Iran Khodro and SAIPA deny any approach to the UK carmaker MG Rover but other Middle East "interest" is registered.
IRAN. Iran's Minister of Mines and Industries confirms talks on conditions for sale of the bankrupt UK carmaker.
UAE. Luxury carmaker has quadrupled its sales in the Middle East since 1994.
UAE. In this report we look in detail at the relevant legislation, trademarks, patents, the court system and dispute resolution.
INTERNATIONAL. WTO Secretariat reports declines in both new anti-dumping investigations and new final anti-dumping measures.
JORDAN. Jordan's King Abdullah II opens the meeting with a call for reform in the Arab world.