Cryptocurrency

General Motors’ closure of South Korea plant a ‘death sentence,’ union says

GUNSAN/SEOUL: General Motors’ (GM) workers at a South Korean plant staged a protest against its planned closure, calling the move…

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Dubai trader gets first cryptocurrency license in the Middle East

A precious metal trading company, Regal RA DMCC, has become the first to attain a license to trade in cryptocurrencies…

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Abu Dhabi considering guide to regulate virtual currency exchange

Abu Dhabi’s Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA)is developing and considering a framework to regulate and supervise virtual currency activity. The…

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Touting ‘transformation’, French PM seeks investment in Dubai

France’s Prime Minister Edouard Philippe promised lower taxes and a business-friendly France at a global summit in Dubai, seeking investment…

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No plans to raise VAT in the UAE for the next 5 years, minister says

The UAE has no plans to raise the rate of value-added tax (VAT) in the near future, according to Minister…

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Egypt wants more market stability before Eurobond issue – minister

Egypt is considering plans for a Eurobond issue but wants to see more stability in global financial markets before it…

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Cryptocurrency market could hit $1 trillion this year with bitcoin surging to $50,000, experts say

Cryptocurrencies could go on a bull run greater than last year and pass the trillion-dollar mark in terms of value,…

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Would you train your brain with Elevate?

– SG: Elevate is an application designed for those who would love to improve critical cognitive skills. It is categorized…

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GE Healthcare signs MoU with Tatweer Medical

RIYADH/DUBAI — GE Healthcare has announced a partnership agreement with Tatweer Medical Co., an investment arm of Tatweer Holding, to…

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Artificial intelligence & the future of work

WITH income inequality and the gender gap as hot topics at the recently held World Economic Forum 2018, it’s not…

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