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Cosco Guangzhou in the harbour of Hamburg
2016-09-28, Bloomberg
ChinaCosco Shipping Corp., owner of Asia’s biggest container-shipping company, said it could consider buying some container-terminal assets of the troubled Hanjin...
The National: DUBAI // City authorities plan to make Dubai fully accessible to the disabled. Surveys in hospitals, hotels, mosques, malls, schools and transport hubs will determine what needs to be done. Finding a way for disabled people to get from their homes to any...
The National: ABU DHABI // Four years ago, doctors told SaadiaSaleem both her kidneys had failed. Today, despite dialysis treatment, her body is shutting down. "I can't do it any more," said Saadia, 35, from Pakistan. "I need your help." She urgently needs a kidney...
The National: Sophie Jowett nibbles delicately on a tiered tower of dainty cakes and fruity mini-tarts. The 25-year-old British flight ­attendant likes nothing better ­after landing in Dubai than indulging in an afternoon tea - much to the bemusement of her...
The National: One of the paradoxes of life is the way the overarching sense of hospitality and friendliness that underpins social interactions in this country seem to disappear the instant many of us get behind the wheel. As we reported yesterday, driver attitude - as...
The National: Too often, women's sport does not get the publicity it deserves. This is unfortunate, because in addition to being immensely entertaining in its own right, women's sport has enefits that accrue across society. Sports competition among women can help them...
The National: I have lived in Sharjah. I have an emotional attachment to Buhairah Corniche and other parks there. When I see people spoiling it by throwing rubbish in the water and around the park, it upsets me on a deep level. Recently, I have witnessed a terrible scene. A...
Yahoo Daily News: MADRID (Reuters) - Amancio Ortega, Europe's richest man and founder of global fashion group and Zara owner Inditex, has bought one of Madrid's most famous skyscrapers for 490 million euros ($551 million) through his property investment arm, a source...
DNA India: --> Sat, 1 Oct 2016-04:32pm , Reuters 80 year old Amancio Ortega, also the second richest man in the world, is said to be building a property empire through his property investment arm which is one of the biggest in Spain Amancio Ortega, Europe's richest...
Belfast Telegraph: Kris Meeke's hopes of a third successive World Rally Championship win were dashed yesterday by a puncture on the third stage of the Tour de Corse. The Dungannon driver, who won in Portugal and Finland for the Abu Dhabi Citroen team, had been in second place...
The National: Perhaps one of the perks of working a 9 to 5 job is the guaranteed income at the end of the month. I know this is one reason holding many back from starting their own business. Why endure the stress and hassle when they could do less and still get paid? This...
The National: Saudi Arabia can become the logistics hub of the Gulf region, as it is already heavily reliant on imports and will need to ramp this up even further to meet its NationalTransformationPlan, according to a new study. Research consultancy Solidiance has...
Topix: Ashraf El Siessy has joined Le RoyalMeridienAbu Dhabi as the new general manager. The Egyptian national, has spent the last few years in the Gulf, most recently as general manager at Sheraton DeiraHotel in Dubai. ......
Topix: Masdar City is a radical vision of a sustainable future that is under construction in the Abu Dhabi desert, bringing together leading architects and state of the art green technology. A 45m-high wind tower in Masdar City takes inspiration from traditional Arab...