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About Dubai Land Department:
Dubai Land Department was established in January 1960 to provide a systematic method for registration of land and property and protect the rights of clients and ensure all legal aspects relating to the sale and purchase of land, which enabled the Department to organize the registration process, which aims primarily to protect all relevant parties. In order to organize and develop the real estate sector in the emirate Real Estate Regulatory Agency (RERA) was officially established as a subsidiary of the Dubai Land Department in 2007 under Law No. (16).
Middle East and Africa Hospital Supplies Market Outlook to 2018 – Disposable Hospital Supplies, Mobility Aids and Transportation Equipment, Operating Room Equipment, Sterilization and Disinfectant Equipment and Others
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London, 29 January 2013 – Broadband leaders from across the Middle East and Africa region will gather in Dubai this March for Broadband MEA, the largest and most prestigious broadband event in the Middle East and Africa. The region’s most senior executives from leading companies including Etisalat, STC, Zain, Mobily, Google, Batelco and many more will gather to discuss the successes, challenges and future opportunities with providing broadband services in their respective markets.
International Property Show 2013 to gather investors and developers from all over the world to discuss challenges and opportunities
Burj Al Arab, Dubai, UAE Received the Seven Stars and Stripes Award
UAE Ministry of Foreign Trade’s Annual Investment Meeting to host international gathering on the emerging international economic landscape
3–5 September 2013 Developers are expected to install about 3.5 gigawatts of solar power in the Middle East and North Africa in 2015, up from 149 megawatts that will be installed this year, driven by government support across the region and booming growth in Saudi Arabia and Turkey, according to GTM Research. Demand for photovoltaic and solar-thermal systems will grow slowly and then skyrocket in 2015 when “the large bulk” of projects from a Saudi program will go into operation, Scott Burger, an analyst with the Boston-based research company, said recently. Saudi Arabia will account for a third of the region’s demand in 2015 and Turkey about a quarter, according to GTM’s Middle East and North Africa Solar Market Outlook reportreleased yesterday. Solar manufacturers including
Suntech Power Holdings Co. (STP)
Pan-African Bank to aid West African nation’s efforts to integrate its financial market with the rest of the continent.
Government Ministers from these two regions gather as The Africa Middle East Investment Forum begins
Fostering a Sustainable Investment market – Expanding Economic Linkages and Boosting Investment Ties between Africa and Middle East
The timely Africa Middle East- Investment Forum will be held next week (10-11 December 2012) at The Address Dubai Mall Hotel , Dubai ,United Arab Emirates. This opportune event aims to show case investment opportunities in Africa and Middle East as a practical and significant stride towards opening new markets that will encourage investments and trade between the two regions.
Marriott International Wins Best Employer Award at 2012 Caterer Global Awards for Second Straight Year
3–5 September 2013 With the latest UN climate change having taken place in the Qatari capital of Doha in the last week, attention has been focused on how the oil and gas-rich Gulf States are responding to climate change. So it was perhaps unsurprising that Saudia Arabia chose the occasion to confirm it is on track to start work on its first major solar farm early next year, as part of ambitious plans that could see the world’s largest oil exporter generate a third of its electricity from the sun within 20 years. Khalid al-Suliman, vice president at the King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy, told the state-owned Saudi Press Agency that work on the country’s first solar farm is poised to start as soon as the government signs off on his department’s high profile renewable energy strategy. He added the project was on track to begin feeding electricity into the grid by 2015 and will mark the first step on the government’s path towards delivering 41GW of solar capacity by 2032, through a combination of solar PV and solar thermal technologies. Saudi Arabia announced this year that it is to become
the latest Gulf stat