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2013-02-06 12:25:44

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, February 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Opening Ceremony Attended by Prime Minister of Ethiopia and Senior Dignitaries From the UAE and Ethiopia In recognition of the economic importance of Africa and the need for increasingly sophisticated pharmaceutical and healthcare facilities across the continent, UAE-based Julphar, in conjunction with its local Ethiopian partner, Medtech, today officially inaugurated its first...

2012-03-02 08:00:00

Trade groups from the U.S. and U.A.E. host reception featuring keynote remarks from Her Excellency Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi. Seattle/Tacoma, Washington (PRWEB) March 02, 2012 Her Excellency Sheikha Lubna bint Khalid Al Qasimi, Minister of Foreign Trade of the United Arab Emirates (U.A.E.), highlighted the strength of the U.S.-U.A.E. trade relationship in a keynote speech at a reception on Thursday. The event was hosted by officials from the Dubai Chamber of Commerce & Industry (Dubai...

2006-03-20 17:28:55

By Caroline Drees WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Free trade talks between the United Arab Emirates and the United States should resume at the end of April after a sudden delay this month, with a final deal seen by mid-year, UAE and US officials said on Monday. Both sides have been working on a free-trade pact since March 2005 and had originally been scheduled to hold their fifth round of talks last week. But the negotiations were suddenly postponed after the collapse of a deal for a...

2006-03-20 16:11:43

By Caroline Drees WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Free trade talks between the United Arab Emirates and the United States should resume at the end of April, UAE Economy Minister Sheikha Lubna al-Qassimi and the U.S. Trade Representative's office said on Monday. "We are targeting end of April, probably, for the next round," Sheikha Lubna said, adding that government working groups had held talks as recently as last week. Both sides have been working on a free trade pact since March 2005 and...

2006-03-20 15:55:51

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Free trade talks between the United Arab Emirates and the United States should resume at the end of April, UAE Economy Minister Sheikha Lubna al-Qassimi and the U.S. Trade Representative's office said on Monday. "We are targeting end of April, probably, for the next round," Sheikha Lubna said, adding that government working groups had held talks as recently as last week. Both sides have been working on a free trade pact since March 2005 and had originally been...

2006-03-15 11:18:06

DUBAI (Reuters) - A United Arab Emirates minister will visit the United States next week for talks on cooperation between the two allies after U.S. security concerns sank a deal to let a Dubai firm manage American ports. The UAE's official news agency WAM said on Wednesday Economy Minister Sheikha Lubna al-Qassimi will meet U.S. officials during her brief trip to "discuss cooperation." Last week, Dubai Ports World announced it would sell recently acquired operations at six U.S....

2006-03-15 07:42:00

DUBAI (Reuters) - A United Arab Emirates minister will discuss a free-trade deal in Washington next week on a visit aimed at mending relations after U.S. security concerns sank a deal to let a Dubai firm manage American ports. Economy Minister Sheikha Lubna al-Qassimi will meet U.S. officials, the official news agency WAM said on Wednesday, but a UAE government source said she would not meet legislators who had stirred up the ports row. "We're going to talk about the status of...

2006-03-01 09:00:25

By Ghaida Ghantous and Miral Fahmy DUBAI (Reuters) - Opposition in the United States to a UAE firm taking over U.S. ports will not deter the Arab state from more investments there, but could make other countries divert funds to Asia and Europe, the UAE's economy minister said on Wednesday. Sheikha Lubna al-Qassimi also told Reuters in an interview that the controversy over the takeover would have no impact on talks for a free trade deal between the United States and the UAE, adding...