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Electric vehicles struggle to take off in Dubai

Dubai has ambitious goals for electric cars. Early adopters get free parking, no tolls and discounts on registration fees. Even the power is gratis at...

Piracy is biggest challenge for music streaming in MENA, says Spotify

Piracy remains the biggest challenge for music streaming platforms in MENA, despite growing competition in the sector, according to global firm Spotify. It launched in...

Chilly, cloudy weekend in UAE as temperature nears 8°C

The weekend will be cloudy, thanks to the dipping temperature in the UAE. It is the perfect time to take your car and set...

UAE Airbnb bookings double ahead of New Year’s Eve

The number of people staying in Airbnb accommodations in the UAE will more than double during New Year’s Eve, according to statistics from the...

One million people visited Louvre Abu Dhabi in its first year:...

Louvre Abu Dhabi's first birthday is tomorrow. So, one year on, how has the museum done? Was it all just four days of pizazz at...

Dubai’s nine-month trade figure exceeds $262bn

Dubai’s external non-oil trade for the first nine months of 2018 reached AED965.3 billion ($262.8 billion), it was announced on Tuesday. Re-exports registered 13 percent...

Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park adds 250MW to its...

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has signed an amendment to the Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the consortium led by Saudi Arabia’s ACWA...

Revealed: UAE jobs, skills in demand in 2019

Dubai: More employment opportunities will open up for jobseekers in UAE in the coming new year, as corporate heads are feeling increasingly confident about...

UAE’s KhalifaSat successfully launches into space

KhalifaSat, the first 100 percent Emirati-engineered and developed satellite, has successfully launched into space from Tanegashima Space Centre in Japan onboard the H-IIA rocket. KhalifaSat,...

Dubai’s population crosses 3.1 million mark

Dubai’s population has crossed the 3.1 million mark after rising by 232,400 by the end of the third quarter of 2018, according to new...

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