“ExtraSpace Self Storage: Introducing Global Storage Standards to Dubai” May 25, 2015

ExtraSpace Self-Storage, a brand new self-storage facility located in Al Quoz, Dubai, has just opened its doors to Dubai residents. Its 23,000 square foot, fully air-conditioned warehouse boasts one-of-a-kind self-storage units built to meet global storage standards, and are offered to UAE residents at an affordable cost.

Each of its personal storage units are stainless steel lockable units,"...

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H&H Investment and Development Selects Yardi Voyager 7S as its Property Management Platform in the United Arab Emirates May 25, 2015

H&H Investment and Development — a multi service provider real estate company — will adopt Yardi Voyager® 7S, a browser-independent and mobile-enabled Software as a Service platform, as its new property management platform.


H&H will also adopt ......

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Jordan’s central bank governor sees 3.8% growth May 24, 2015

Jordan’s economy to grow about 3.8 per cent and will meet its IMF-approved target this year. “The economy is resilient and our imports of energy have dropped substantially by about 30 per cent”, the Central Bank Governor Zaid Fariz said on the sidelines of a World Economic Forum meeting in the Dead Sea.

Growth has accelerated from 2.3 per cent in 2013. Jordan’s budget deficit is expected to drop to 1.8 per cent of GDP this year with losses at state electricity firm NEPCO reduced to 600 million dinars from 1 billion last year and with its arrears wiped out by next...

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Jordan sees 3.8% growth on weak oil May 24, 2015

Weak oil prices that have cut the current account deficit to about nine per cent have put the kingdom on track for about 3.8 per cent growth in gross domestic product.

Jordan’s economy is robust despite spillover violence along its borders from wars in Syria and Iraq, the central bank governor said on Friday, and will meet its IMF-approved target this year.


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WEF MENA 2015: Companies at World Economic Forum in Jordan commit to train 100,000 youth

With more than half of its population under 25 years of age and the world’s highest regional youth unemployment rate, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region faces critical challenges. Concurrently and paradoxically, business leaders report difficulties in filling roles.


The Human Capital Index 2015, released last week by the World Economic Forum, shows that despite significant investment in education by many countries, the ......

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Jordan sees 3.8% growth on weak oil
May 24, 2015

Weak oil prices that have cut the current account deficit to about nine per cent have put the kingdom on track for about 3.8 per cent growth in gross domestic product.

Jordan’s"...

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Teenagers hold open day to support young cancer patients
May 24, 2015

High school students organised an open day on Friday to raise awareness about cancer and “draw a smile” on the faces of young cancer patients to “remind them to keep hope alive”.


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Liner brings 6,000 tourists from East Asia, India to Aqaba
May 24, 2015

An international cruise ship that docked in Aqaba last Thursday introduced the “golden triangle of tourism” — Aqaba, Petra and Wadi Rum — to a new group of tourists, a commissioner at the Aqaba Special Economic"...

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