Senator the Hon Nick Sherry, Minister of Small Business gave an address re Australia-Arab States cooperation. His spoke about the strong and growing relationship between Australia and the Arab world.
The Kingdom’s three major mobile operators have a three-month deadline to document all unregistered SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) cards, according to a recent decision by the Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC).
The Canadian Embassy announced its website containing the full text of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) signed on June 28 by Jordan and Canada. It is available in English, French, and Arabic at the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade website
The strength of the relations between the U.S. and Egypt on a business level has never been better, and Egypt is primed to increase the volume of its IT/ITES exports to US$1.1 billion by 2010.
Several weeks ago, it was announced that the Ministry of Information & Communication Technology (MoICT) was looking into exempting computers from the 16 percent sales tax.
Shopping online is the new favourite with the number of people doing this registering an increase, according to a survey conducted by Google in the UAE recently.The survey found that 69 per cent of the respondents have bought something online and 48 per cent have used online services for their travel plans.
Exporters and importers representing over 100 Jordanian companies took part on Monday in a workshop on how to maximise benefits from the US-Jordan Free Trade Agreement (FTA). The two-day workshop seeks to increase awareness of Jordanian exporters about the FTA benefits and clarify trade policies between the two countries to help companies expand their businesses.
Organisers of the World Economic Forum on the Middle East (WEF) are harnessing ICT to ensure wider interaction with the worldwide audience.
Saudi Arabia’s spending in information technology is expected to rise to $5.6 billion by 2013, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11 percent. Last year, the Kingdom, which is the biggest IT market in the Gulf region, spent $3.4 billion in the sector.
IT resellers in the Middle East and Turkey expect the economic outlook to deteriorate throughout 2009 and revealed IT budget stability against the backdrop of the declining economy, according to research released by IT management software company Computer Associates.