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02 Feb

Saudi Arabia will host its first ever Arab Fashion Week in Riyadh this March, signalling its willingness to tap into the $44 billion modest fashion industry in the world.

The Arab Fashion Week, which is organized by the Arab Fashion Council (AFC), will be headlined by Italian designer Roberto Cavalli and will see some of the leading brands congregating in the Kingdom. The announcement comes on the heels of London-based AFC opening an office in Riyadh in December 2017.

Saudi Arabia will host its first ever Arab Fashion Week in Riyadh this March, signalling its willingness to tap into the $44 billion modest fashion industry in the world.

The Arab Fashion Week, which is organized by the Arab Fashion Council (AFC), will be headlined by Italian designer Roberto Cavalli and will see some of the leading brands congregating in the Kingdom. The announcement comes on the heels of London-based AFC opening an office in Riyadh in December 2017.

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02 Feb

Barwa Bank has won two esteemed titles at the European magazine Global Banking & Finance Awards 2017 in recognition of its service excellence and innovative efforts in the Islamic banking sector.
The bank was named the ‘Best Shariah-Compliant Bank’ in Qatar, while Barwa Bank Group CEO Khalid Yousef al-Subeai claimed the country’s ‘Best Banking CEO’ title.

Barwa Bank has won two esteemed titles at the European magazine Global Banking & Finance Awards 2017 in recognition of its service excellence and innovative efforts in the Islamic banking sector.
The bank was named the ‘Best Shariah-Compliant Bank’ in Qatar, while Barwa Bank Group CEO Khalid Yousef al-Subeai claimed the country’s ‘Best Banking CEO’ title.

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02 Feb

Dubai:-- The world’s largest annual food and hospitality exhibition, according to its organisers, returns to Dubai on Sunday, with exhibitors from across the globe assembling to sell their seeds, cereals, and sourdough to large corporate customers, such as hotel chains and airlines.

Dubai:-- The world’s largest annual food and hospitality exhibition, according to its organisers, returns to Dubai on Sunday, with exhibitors from across the globe assembling to sell their seeds, cereals, and sourdough to large corporate customers, such as hotel chains and airlines.

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