Emirates Palace, in 2013, recorded an increase of more than 200 per cent in Chinese visitors during the month of January compared to the same period in the previous year.
“Our figures in the last year show that the Chinese are definitely traveling, and that they are stopping by Emirates Palace,” said Holger Schroth, general manager of Emirates Palace. “It is great to see that Abu Dhabi increasingly appeals to the Chinese market. In the spirit of the Year of the Horse, I am sure we will welcome many more Chinese guests through our doors as they continue to explore and travel in the region.”
The Saudi Finance Ministry announced on Monday that the third domestic sukuk issuance reached 350 percent in a record rate, while the first issuance was at 297 percent and the second at 300 percent.
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The number of UAE consumers applying for Islamic banking products has declined since last year, according to a new study from yallacompare, a leading comparison site in the Middle East.
Assets under management are forecast to more than double in 2020 from 2016 levels in the Arabian Gulf region as Sharia-compliant investments continue to rise and an expanding middle class presents mo
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Oman Daily Observer
Qatari investors and members of the business community, including the Qatar Chamber (QC), the country’s oldest and largest private industry representative body, said that the blockading countries hav