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|Dubai Economy Sees 14,274 Consumer Complaints In Q3 2020, Up 39 Percent
The third quarter of 2020 saw the Commercial Compliance & Consumer Protection (CCCP) sector in Dubai Economy receiving 14,274 consumer complaints, 39% higherthan the10,266 complaints received during the same period in 2019.
|Summary Of Weekly Real Estate Transactions For The Week Ending 12 November 2020.
The real estate and properties transactions valued at AED 2.8billion in total during the week ending 12 November 2020. The sum of transactions was 1,139.
|Dubai Islamic Bank Successfully Closes The Lowest Ever Yielding AT1 Sukuk
This transaction carries the lowest ever yield achieved by any bank globally on an AT1 Sukuk issue and is the only AT1 Sukuk from the GCC in 2020.
|Dubai’s Fresh Market Opens First-Ever Display Of Israeli Produce
The Fresh Market in Dubai’s Ras Al Khor area run by Dubai Municipality today opened the first-ever display of Israeli produce.
|SHUAA Capital Delivers Solid Q3 Performance, With Q3net Profit Of AED 59 Million
SHUAA Capital psc (DFM: SHUAA), the leading asset management and investment banking platform in the region, has announced its financial results for Q3-2020.
|Ladybird Nursery To Build One Of The World’s Largest Preschools
Ladybird Nursery today announced a landmark project in collaboration with the Knowledge Fund of Dubai to build one of the world’s most spacious early years settings.
|Third Quarter Revenues Propel Waha Capital Into Profit
Waha Capital PJSC, a leading investment management company in Abu Dhabi (ADX: WAHA), has announced its financial results for the third quarter of 2020.
|DAFZA Welcomes Senior Economic Delegation From Israel
Dubai Airport Freezone Authority (DAFZA) welcomed a senior economic delegation from Israel. The visit aims to discuss the prospects for strategic relations in various fields to encourage and increase foreign investment flows.
|9 Designers. 9 Countries. 10 Handcrafted Carpets. One Exhibition
The underlying theme of the fair this year explores the evolving values that will inform how we will live, work and play in a post-pandemic landscape.
|DCFHW Reinforces COVID-19 Pandemic Response Initiatives
The Dubai Council for the Future of Humanitarian Work, DCFHW, is continuing to enlarge the scope of its humanitarian initiatives aimed at reducing the effects of the coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic on individuals, families and communities around the world.