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Radisson ups focus on Saudi, UAE as global keys surpass 30,000

Through 2023, the group solidified its position in the Middle East with the signing of 11 hotels, resorts, and serviced apartments across the region

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London is now the world’s largest low-emissions zone. Was the fight worth it?

A decade ago London had NO2 levels that were among the worst of major world cities, and that has improved dramatically alongside the expansion of the ULEZ

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Movies, TV shows available on streaming rise 39% in two years

Netflix and Disney+ are among 167 streaming providers, up from 118 two years ago


Why Bahrain remains a key player in GCC’s financial sector

The kingdom has built a financial services sector comprising more than 360 local, regional and global institutions

Remittances rise by 5%, reveals world bank report

Remittances see 5% rise in 2022, reveals World Bank report

Remittances to the developing countries of the MENA region are estimated to have grown 2.5 per cent in 2022 to $63bn, compared to a 10.5 per cent growth last year

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WHO declares monkeypox outbreak a global emergency

Monkeypox has mostly been confined to developing countries for years, but has spread across Europe and the US in recent months

Gold holds biggest gain in three months

The global economic recovery has piled pressure on bullion this year

Stocks set to end 2020 at record high

Investors have pushed risk assets including stocks to sky-high valuations on expectations that widespread vaccine distribution in 2021 will reignite economic growth

Airbus cuts production after burning through $5.2bn

The world’s biggest planemaker will now aim to produce five A350 aircraft a month rather than the six targeted in April

Oil output freeze by Saudi, Russia to have 'miniscule' impact on oversupply

Global oil market will return to surplus in early 2017 – IEA

The agency said demand growth in 2017 is likely to be flat at around 1.3 million barrels per day