Ooredoo has launched a new co-branded credit card in partnership with Qatar Islamic Bank (QIB).
QIIB announced the recruitment of some 12 new Qatari female and male employees “in line with the principles of Qatar National Vision 2030 in the field of human resources that focus on empowering citizens in various sectors.”
Peninsula Petroleum Ltd, the biggest supplier to vessels in the fuelling hub of Gibraltar, will add positions in trading next year and expand its chartering business as the global shipping industry moves to clean up emissions.
In a thumbs up to the Indian government’s Unified Payments Interface (UPI) scheme, Google has written to the US Federal Reserve Board detailing the successful example of UPI-based digital payment in India in order to build “FedNow” – a new interbank real-time gross settlement service (RTGS) for fast
Japan’s Hoya Corp offered to spend as much as ¥147.7bn ($1.35bn) for NuFlare Technology Inc, seeking control of the Toshiba Corp affiliate in a rare hostile takeover bid among Japanese companies.
Even China can’t fix its affordable housing crisis. When Beijing introduced price caps for almost two-thirds of apartments in late 2016 as part of a programme to provide homes for millions of middle-class citizens to buy, an array of cheap condominiums began springing up on the city’s outskirts.
Porsche plans to start selling its electric Taycan model in India next year, in a bet that ultra-rich Indians are willing to splash out as much as $370,000 on an electric car to boost their street cred.
The Philippine central bank may resume cutting interest rates next year and is considering “around 50 basis points” of easing, governor Benjamin Diokno said Friday.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo may be spending much of the new year explaining how he was caught off-guard by a $6.1bn hole looming in his next state budget, caused mostly by rising Medicaid costs.
US President Donald Trump’s limited trade deal with China removes a major hurdle for Apple and other technology stocks on Wall Street that have already surged this year to record highs.
Deutsche Bank AG is considering deep cuts to bonuses for this year as chief executive officer Christian Sewing seeks to eliminate billions of euros of costs in a radical restructuring.