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‫مؤشر الثقة YPO Global Pulse: تراجع الثقة في الأعمال في مناطق الشرق الأوسط وشمال أفريقيا

الرؤساء التنفيذيون يتحدثون عن وضع اقتصادي متراجع في الربع الأول من السنة، وهو اتجاه مغاير للارتفاع في ربع السنة السابق أبوظبي، 9 مايو 2017م – أعلنت اليوم منظمة الرؤساء الشباب YPO، وهي المنظمة الرائدة عالمياً للرؤساء التنفيذيين، عن تراجع الثقة بين قادة الأعمال في منطقة الشرق الأوسط وشمال أفريقيا خلال الربع الأول من عام 2017م. […]

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YPO Global Pulse: Business confidence wanes in Middle East and North Africa

Chief executives report more subdued outlook in first quarter of the year, a reversal of the previous quarter’s upswing ABU DHABI, 9 May 2017 – YPO, the premier chief executive leadership organisation in the world, reported today that confidence among business leaders in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) declined in the first quarter […]

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Clashes in northwest Syria after de-escalation zones take effect

Aleppo (IINA) � Syrian government forces and rebels clashed in the northwestern province of Hama on Friday shortly after a Russian-led deal to establish de-escalation zones took effect, a monitor and a rebel official said.

Fighter jets fired at the rebel-held village of al-Zalakiyat and nearby positions in the Hama countryside, where the combatants exchanged shelling, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. The Britain-based war monitoring group said government forces shelled the nearby towns of Kafr Zita and Latamneh. There was no immediate comment from the Syrian army. Mohammed Rasheed, a spokesman for the Jaish al-Nasr rebel group based in Hama, confirmed that fighting had broken out after midnight.

Iran and Turkey agreed on Thursday to a Russian proposal for de-escalation zones in Syria, but the memorandum the three guarantors signed has not been made public, leaving its details unclear. The zones appear intended to halt conflict in specific areas between government forces and rebels, and would potentially be policed by foreign troops. The Russian defense ministry had said the agreement would come into force as of midnight on Friday. The first and largest zone in northern Syria includes Idlib province and adjoining districts of Hama, Aleppo and Latakia with a population of over 1 million, Russian news agencies cited the ministry as saying. The Syrian government supported the de-escalation plan, but said it would continue to fight what it termed terrorist groups. Rebels rejected the deal and said they would not recognize Iran as a guarantor of any ceasefire plan.

Source: International Islamic News Agency

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‫اسلامی ترقیاتی بینک گروپ کے 42 ویں سالانہ اجلاس میں ‘نوجوانوں کی خودمختاری’ پر گفتگو ہوگی

جدہ، سعودی عرب، یکم مئی 2017ء / پی آر نیوزوائر/– تعلیم کو لیبر مارکیٹ کی ضروریات سے منسلک کرنے کا عزم جدہ، سعودی عرب میں اسلامی ترقیاتی بینک گروپ (آئی ایس ڈی بی) کے 42ویں سالانہ اجلاس کی تیاریاں تیزی سے جاری ہیں جو 14 سے 18 مئی 2017ء کو ‘نوجوانوں کی معاشی خودمختاری’ کے […]

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Gemalto finalizes the acquisition of 3M’s Identity Management Business

The company in-sources biometric technology for governmental and commercial applications Amsterdam, May 1, 2017 – Gemalto (Euronext NL0000400653 – GTO), the world leader in digital security, today announces the closing of the acquisition of 3M’s Identity Management Business after approval by the relevant regulatory and antitrust authorities[1]. This strategic acquisition rounds out Gemalto’s Government Programs offering by […]

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The 42nd Annual Meeting of the Islamic Development Bank Group to Discuss ‘Youth Empowerment’

JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia, May 1, 2017/PRNewswire/ — Aiming to Connect Education to Labour Market Requirements Intensive preparations are under way for the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Islamic Development Bank Group (IsDB) in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to be held on May 14-18, 2017, under the theme, ‘Youth Economic Empowerment’, and attended by more than 2000 […]

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