When the UK’s International Trade Minister, Greg Hands, met with Qatari Minister of Economy and Commerce, HE Sheikh Ahmed bin Jassim bin Mohamed al-Thani, for the inaugural Joint Economic and Trade Commission (Jetco) in December, there was a mutual agreement to support small businesses.
After a decade of development, often through buying or benchmarking foreign technology and know-how, Chinese automakers are looking with greater ambition at selling their cars in major Western markets.
European aircraft manufacturer Airbus announced a major shakeup of top management yesterday as it seeks to move on from a corruption probe.
Police officer Mohamed Dahir told DPA on Sunday that many of the dead were pulled out of rubble of buildings damaged by the blast.
US President Donald Trump has said that his country “is beginning to develop a much better relationship with Pakistan and its leaders”, after Islamabad helped rescue an American-Canadian couple and their three children from the clutches of the Haqqani network.
Infosys’ boardroom battles and the “open war” played out in the media between the board members and its founders since February came to the fore at the firm’s 36th Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday.
Genesis, ‘the world’s newest luxury auto brand,’ made its Qatar Motor Show debut yesterday, marking the brand’s official arrival in the country.
The Philippines yesterday rejected Amnesty International’s labelling of its president as among world leaders with a “toxic agenda”, and accused the general secretary of the human rights group of arrogant lecturing.