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Uzbekistan is one of the Islamic federal republics that were part of the former Soviet Union. Tashkent is the capital city of Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan is divided into twelve autonomous provinces, many of which have a rich Islamic history. The Uzbek language is one of the Turkic languages and is Uzbekistan’s only official state language. Since …
Overseas Chinese investment allows China to enhance its own economy, increase its influence abroad
Egypt can attract 700,000-800,000 tourists from these markets if coordination is established
The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS) recently issued its annual bulletin of trade exchange between Egypt and East Asian countries for 2015, including export and import statistics from Malaysia, China, India, Japan, Indonesia, Pakistan and South Korea The total value of imports from East Asian countries reached EGP 151.6bn in 2015 versus …
Italian luxury sports carmaker Ferrari has reported strong third-quarter results despite a challenging market environment.
There’s no reason to fear a sell-out of German technology through Chinese takeovers, says APA Chairman Hubert Lienhard in an interview granted to DW at the Asia Pacific Conference of German Business in Hong Kong.
German firms are closely tied to Asia and are making good money in the region’s fast-growing economies.
The US and India have agreed to bolster defense and trade ties with an aim to minimize China’s influence in South Asia. Beijing and Islamabad are forging their own alliance, which could increase tension in the region.
Behind Turkey’s failed July coup lies a power struggle between Erdogan and the shadowy network of his former ally. The intra-Islamic and nationalist power struggle is shaping the future of the country.
Priced high to begin with, Line shares shot up even further in value in its first day of trading. The chat app’s emojis have made it a hit in Asia, and investors seem confident that it’s success will spread.
The International Labor Organization has warned of the severe consequences presented by automation and disruptive technologies in the ASEAN bloc. Are the UN agency’s concerns founded? DW takes a closer look.
In a much-anticipated report, the US has revealed the number of people – including civilians – killed in drone strikes. The report, however, is unlikely to quash criticism.
The British pound sank to 30-year lows while most stock markets in Asia tumbled following Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. Traders fear there will be months of uncertainty.
A looming Brexit has sent markets into the “craziest, fastest moving betting scene” in years, with volatility levels being extremely high. Shares in Asia are in freefall, and the British pound is collapsing.
While poverty is on the rise in many regions of the world, there’s massive wealth at the other end of the scale, a fresh report by the consultancy Capgemini has shown. The number of millionaires is growing steadily.
Developing countries in Asia require huge sums of money to develop their infrastructure. The money’s there, yet investors are still reluctant. DW’s Andreas Becker reports from the ADB’s annual meeting in Frankfurt.
The Asian Development Bank wants to contribute to the reduction of poverty in the Asia-Pacific region. In doing so, its lending conforms to the UN Millennium Development Goals. What has been achieved so far?
This German museum on Martin Luther, instigator of the Protestant Reformation, has been named one of the most popular destinations for Asian tourists by a leading Chinese travel website. And it’s ready to greet more.
EFG Hermes aims to support the company’s growth in light of the government’s commitment to supporting this vital sector, Awad said
Egyptian president’s Asia tour focused on boosting economic ties and improving Egyptian education sector
Two IPOs to be launched in pharmaceuticals and construction sectors by mid 2016
Abraaj Group is a lead investor in the new deal for the application-based car service provider
Al-Sisi concludes his week-long Asian tour, which aimed at fostering economic and political cooperation with China, Singapore, and Indonesia
Latin Americans and Asians are happy that they do not need the help of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). But, Europe can no longer function without it. What’s behind the IMF’s interest in Greece?