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|EARTH Captivates Book Lovers At ADIBF
Both EARTH, a 580-page, 20-kilogram collector’s tome, and EARTH Concise, a more handy edition of the atlas, proved to be the centre of attraction at the prestigious book fair.
|Casteu And Ullesvalseter Set To Push Coma And Despres In Moto Category Of Abu Dhabi Desert Challenge
Race favourites, Marc Coma and Cyril Despres, have seven outright victories between them and have dominated FIM cross-country rallying podiums around the world in recent seasons.
|The Emirate Of Abu Dhabi Aims To Achieve World-Class Environment, Health & Safety Regulatory Framework For The Building & Construction Sector
This important tender is being supported and communicated globally through an international print advertising campaign which aims to reach out to the world’s top tier experts and consultants in the field of EHSMS.
|Bloom Announces JV Agreement With Brighton College
Graduating Brighton pupils are regularly offered places at prestigious universities such as Oxford and Cambridge.
|Australian Reception Marks Launch Of Melbourne Flights
Etihad Airways will launch non-stop daily flights on 29 March to Melbourne from its Abu Dhabi home base.
|MDRE Brings Its Unique Realty Expertise To Abu Dhabi
Speaking about both Abu Dhabi and London’s realty market in the current situation, Clarke added, "Despite the financial crisis that has severely affected the world, we still see tremendous opportunities in both the Abu Dhabi and London markets."
|Zahrat Al Khaleej Celebrates 30th Anniversary
In order to deliver enhanced more relevant content, the magazine has appointed a new line-up of reporters and columnists to complement the existing editorial team. Zahrat Al Khaleej will also be opening a new office in Saudi Arabia, enabling reporters to focus on key female and family issues.
|UAE-Kazakhstan Depth Of Strategic Partnership
His Excellency praised the role played by UAE companies investing in Kazakhstan, especially in the sectors of oil, gas and real estate development and infrastructure.
|Etihad Targets Seven Million Passengers In 2009
Etihad flew six million passengers in 2008 to 50 routes with a fleet of 42 aircraft.
|Global Financial Crisis Set To Reduce Prospects For Economic Growth: Al Suwaidi
Globalization of financial services will slow down, as many restrictions will be put in place in many countries.