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DMCC the largest free zone in UAE
DMCCSeptember 26, 2013 ET
The Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC) Free Zone is now the UAE's largest Free Zone with more than 7,330 active registrations.
Maryland recovered all jobs lost in recession
MarylandSeptember 26, 2013 ET
Maryland has recovered 100 percent of the jobs lost in the national recession, thank, among other measures, to the EARN Maryland initiative.
World's largest solar thermal plant on line
IvanpahSeptember 26, 2013 ET
The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System, the world's largest solar thermal plant, has produced its first output of energy with its Unit 1 station synchronized to the power grid for the first time.
EU is winning the battle against poverty
EU povertySeptember 25, 2013 ET
Over the last decade, thanks to EU funding, almost 14 million pupils could go to primary school, more than 46 million people had food security, and more than 7.5 million births were attended by skilled health workers.
Saudi Arabia GDP reached SR2.66 trillion in 2012
Saudi ArabiaSeptember 25, 2013 ET
The gross domestic product (GDP) in Saudi Arabia registered a record growth in the last five years to reach SR2.66 trillion in 2012 compared to SR1.95 trillion in 2008, according to a government report.
U.S. needs Chinese apple market
US applesSeptember 25, 2013 ET
The United States produces way more apples than Americans eat and this year, even more so. Exports are more important than ever and that means ironing out a trade dispute with China, a growing market for US fruit.
Exemplary public transportation system in Bogota
Bogota bus TransMilenioSeptember 25, 2013 ET
The road transport lobby says Bogota's rapid bus transit system in an example the European Union should follow to increase the number of people using public transport by 2025.
Obamacare a major headache for Inspector General's office
ObamacareSeptember 25, 2013 ET
The Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General, which investigates Medicare and Medicaid waste, fraud and abuse, is in the process of losing a total of 400 staffers.
Airlines urge UN deal on emissions
ICAOSeptember 25, 2013 ET
Airlines urged a UN aviation group to back a mandatory global framework to curb airline emissions, saying failure to reach a deal would revive threats of a trade war.
Electric heater manufacturers vs European Commission
Electric heatersSeptember 25, 2013 ET
The European Commission has succumbed to heavy lobbying from the electric heating industry and is set to approve an energy labeling scheme that misrepresents its appliances' true efficiency performance.
Taiwan' exposure to China at record level
TaiwanSeptember 25, 2013 ET
Taiwan banks' exposure to China rose to a record-high level at the end of last quarter, making China Taiwan's second-largest debtor, the central bank said.
UN: Business can be moral and profitable
Ban Ki-moonSeptember 24, 2013 ET
Warning that "we cannot accept a rising tide that floats only some boats and leaves many to drown," UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called on business leaders to do even more in conjunction with the United Nations to promote sustainable development worldwide.

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