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Business 24 Reveals New Bankruptcy Law and UAE Investment News

Check Out The Latest Business 24  News and Insider UAE News About Real Estate Investments In a recent editorial “The Gulf Today” newspaper commended the new bankruptcy law recently passed by UAE authorities. The law is designed to encourage investment in the region making the UAE a more attractive place to invest, while reducing the barriers to entry inside the new Business...

How A Worldwide Audience Is Helping Football Business Grow

A few years ago, some of the biggest football clubs had no online presence at all. It was hard for fans to find any information about their favorite clubs. Now, nearly every club has a strong online presence. You can find these clubs on Twitter, Facebook, and other forms of social media. Many players spend a great deal of time...

Economics Of Tamil Cinema – A Feature By KollyEmpire

This feature was written by KollyEmpire (KollyEmpire Limited), the official Tamil Cinema box office analyst portal based in the UK. You can follow their official account on Twitter @kollyempire or visit their website at kollyempire.com. Follow @kollyempire While the peak of Tamil Cinema occurred in 1985, it still generates a substantial amount of cash for the Tamil Nadu economy. In fact,...

Advice on Traveling for Business from the US to the Middle East

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When you want to go from the United States to the Middle East for business, you need to know where you'll stay, what you will use for transportation and more. The following tips will give you an idea of what you need to do when living in a new area for a while for business. Do you need a vehicle...

Slumdog Millionaire’ takes seven awards at BAFTAs

"Slumdog Millionaire", the rags-to-riches tale of a Mumbai tea boy who wins big, swept the board at the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) in London on Sunday with seven prizes including best film. In a star-studded ceremony, Kate Winslet also picked up the BAFTA for leading actress for her role as a former Nazi prison camp guard in "The Reader",...

Fair-weather friends’ flock back to resurgent Congress

Politicians who distanced themselves from India's Congress party before its stunning election victory are rushing back with almost indecent haste in the hope of being embraced by the new government. The Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) grabbed 262 seats in the month-long polls, leaving it just 10 short of an absolute majority. The Congress alone won 206 seats -- its best...

The Asian Tour needs to adopt all for One attitude

I met one of our readers this week who said he quite enjoyed reading last week's column on how the new OneAsia Tour is dividing Asia. He then asked if I thought there was any possible solution to the entire stand-off. I promised I will try to give it a go this week, so here we are… Let's face it:...

Now is not the time to bail out on world banks

Dear Tim, I see that banks like Citigroup are now performing better. Therefore, I was wondering if it was safe to leave our money in their hands again. –Reg Reg, the banks, particularly the larger international ones that have benefitted from federal bailouts or similar direct government intervention appear to be performing better. Since you refer to Citigroup, indeed...

Business 24 – How To Win in a Downturn?

Every cloud has a silver lining. They say that while the recession ruins some people it also provides opportunities for others. And according to experts this is the best time to set up a new business. Intrigued by this unusual take on the recession, Emirates Business 24 spoke to Waqar Mirza, Director and Partner, KF1 Management Consultants, to find out...

Indian travel companies focus on Middle East

Indian destination management companies and state tourism boards are showcasing their products at the Arabian Travel Market (ATM) to generate business from the Middle East, industry executives said. EM Najeeb, Chairman, ATE Group, a leading destination management company in India, told Emirates Business: "Since traditional source markets in Europe have dried up, we have refocused our marketing to the Middle...