Car insurance premiums in the UAE declined by 9.5 per cent in the first half of this year, compared to the same period in 2018.
The UAE and India are looking to renegotiate their bilateral air service agreement.
Dubai's economy is looking good so far this year.
Saudi Arabia's Energy Minister says he hopes oil producers will be able to balance the oil market before next year.
Ford have recalled around 1.2 million vehicles in the US
Dubai’s Ras Al Khor area is growing into a major hub for new businesses.
A new employment law has been introduced for companies operating in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).
The UAE is home to more than 2,000 teachers from Ireland.
More people in the UAE are collecting items like foreign coins, tokens and paper money.
A new insolvency law has been introduced for companies operating in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).
The value of Dubai’s non-oil foreign trade reached AED 339 billion in the first quarter of this year.
Emirates Airline has announced it will resume its services to Sudan following a brief suspension over security reasons.
Online shopping in the UAE just got a whole lot easier.
Air New Zealand has ended a longstanding ban on its staff having visible tattoos.
UAE residents are apparently feeling more positive about their finances compared to a year ago.
Starting June 15, Oman will impose a new tax on sugary drinks and tobacco products.
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire says the country is prepared to reduce its 15% stake if it led to a "more solid" auto sector between the Japanese and French firms.
Huawei has been blocked from installing Facebook-owned apps, including WhatsApp and Instagram before shipping them out to buyers.
India's largest airline, IndiGo has begun direct operations between Delhi and Mumbai to Abu Dhabi.
Fiat Chrysler has withdrawn its $35 billion merger proposal for Renault, sending the shares of the carmakers to fall sharply on Thursday.
China has warned its citizens against travelling to the US, citing threats such as robbery and gun violence.
Apple has confirmed that it is going to scrap its historic iTunes service.
The Sephora beauty chain will close all its US stores, distribution centres and corporate offices on Wednesday for diversity training.
Sharjah expects to see more than 250,000 people to pass through its airport during the Eid holidays.
Those flying with Emirates this summer can enjoy free or discounted Uber rides to the airport.
Abu Dhabi authorities have issued 100 fines and 195 warnings to commercial facilities in the capital for violating trade rules during the holy month of Ramadan.
The CEO of FlyDubai says he's "very confident" that Boeing will fix the problems with the grounded Boeing 737 Max aircraft.
Renovations to Deira's traditional markets have been completed.
The USA has started collecting steeper tariffs on Chinese goods that arrive by sea.
More than 21 million barrels of crude oil were exported from the UAE to Japan in April.
VAT revenues in the UAE will be distributed between the federal and local governments.
In a bid to tackle privacy issues, Amazon has updated its Alexa voice software to let users delete recordings with a spoken command.
The number of Chinese people investing in Dubai is continuing to rise.
The UAE has jumped two spots to fifth in the world competitiveness rankings compiled by the Swiss business school IMD.
The UAE government is taking further steps to cut business costs and increase competitiveness.
Sales of gold, jewellery and diamonds in Dubai reached AED 274 billion last year.
Chinese telecoms giant Huawei is reviewing its relationship with FedEx after it claimed the American firm diverted two parcels from Asia to the US.
Tech giants have pledged to join forces to fight disinformation and fake news ahead of Canada's October elections.
It's been 10 years since the UAE set-up an entity aimed at increasing competitiveness in the country.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has submitted a proposal for a 50-50 merger with French rival Renault SA.
A six-year-old boy has died in Dubai after being left behind on a bus.
A 40-year-old Indian national has drowned after suffering a cardiac arrest at Jumeirah beach during an outing with his family.