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JORDAN. Jordan's King Abdullah II opens the meeting with a call for reform in the Arab world.
IRAN. Being aware of the need to protect industrial models and designs, legislators in Iran have permitted the government to adhere to international conventions. But gaps exist.
JORDAN. BMW Group Middle East held on 18-19 May a regional training workshop titled 'Building a Winning Team,' which is the first in Jordan and at the level of BMW Group.
IRAN. More steps toward global auto markets as Iran Khodro reveals model plans and new plants in Egypt, Syria and Senegal.
UAE. The Middle East's largest auto spare parts show, Automechanika Gulf was inaugurated yesterday and featured a seminar on market trends sponsored by BI-ME.
IRAN. Bahman Group inaugurates new production line.
INTERNATIONAL. The countries of the Maghreb need more direct investment to guarantee their growth and stability.
INTERNATIONAL. Malaysia, as the current OIC Chairman, is playing a major role to re-energise the Organisation.
UAE. A training and awareness programme pays off for General Motors.
INTERNATIONAL. BMW Group Middle East is on course for yet another record sales year in 2005.
SAUDI ARABIA. Reality Wireless Networks announces letter of intent to acquire US$29 million diversified trading company.
UAE. Dubai's imports rose 37% last year, dominated by construction materials, electronics, jewellery, vehicles, textiles; total non-oil trade rising 64% in 2005.
INTERNATIONAL. Samsung and HSBC are among the biggest winners in the latest global brands ranking compiled by Interbrand and Business Week magazine.
EGYPT. Exports have been a motor for the current economic surge, according to this detailed, sector-by-sector WTO Secretariat report on trade policies.
UAE. Mubadala Development Company becomes the first non-financial institution to become a Ferrari shareholder.
MOROCCO. Renault sees results from its investments in SOMACA (Societe Marocaine de Construction Automobile).