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Dubai Tourism hosts Egyptian delegation of 26 tourism companies

Al-Khaja explained that Dubai Tourism has given Egypt special attention in marketing campaigns due to the market’s newfound importance and promise. In recent years, the number of Egyptians visiting Dubai has increased by 9, from 169,000 visitors by the fall of 2018, to 184,000 visitors in 2019 so far, ranking 13th among the main export markets for visitors to Dubai.

Nevine Kamel

Numu Capital invests in Doctoorum 

Begad Nasser, a Yemeni entrepreneur who picked Cairo as the headquarters for his Medical Tourism startup, founded Doctoorum to help millions of patients across the world get affordable and high quality medical treatments in hand-picked destinations.

Shaimaa Al-Aees

Dior to bring its SS19 haute couture to Dubai

With female acrobats pulling off their most magnificent tricks in mid-air, “the metaphor- women supporting women, was not lost on anybody” said Dior’s Creative Director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, the first female designer to lead the fashion house. The audience seasoned the show with gasps of excitement and breathless attention as the models strutted down the …

Daily News Egypt

Sideways trend dominates Gulf markets in past week’s trading

The Arab Gulf stock markets experienced a sideways trend over the past week affected by the high price of Brent Crude, which rose from $42.14 up to $46.97 per barrel since the beginning of August. Qatar led the region-wide rise to finish 2.57% higher during the past week’s trading. It increased from 10,681.08 points to …

Mohamed Ahmed

Kuwait tops Gulf stock markets amid varying performance

Performance of Gulf stock markets varied over the past week. The Kuwait Stock Exchange (KSE) rose by 1.29%, recording an average daily trade volume of KD 7.236m. The Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE) followed in second, having closed at 10,652.3 points and an average trade volume of QR 181.6m per day. The Muscat Securities Market (MSM) …

Daily News Egypt

Profits take over Gulf markets during last week’s trading

Qatar’s stock exchange topped the Gulf markets last week with an increase of 4.66%, reaching a level of 10,428.67 points, recording an average daily trading value of 144.914m riyals. Dubai capital market came second with an increase of 3%, reaching the level of 3,471.9 points, recording an average daily trading value of 496.84m dirhams. Saudi …

Daily News Egypt