‎These are the world’s most liveable cities

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The Austrian capital, Vienna, was named as the world’s most liveable city, snatching the top spot from New Zealand city Auckland, according to an annual report from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). Auckland moved down to 34th place due to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. Vienna slipped to the 12th place in the early 2021 rankings as its

‎ZATCA begins rollout of second phase of e-invoicing system

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Logo of Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority The Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority (ZATCA) started today, June 24, the rollout of the second phase of e-invoicing system “Integration”. This phase aims to link and integrate the electronic invoices of taxpayers subject to the e-invoicing regulations to ZATCA’s Fatoora system.  The integration phase will begin on

‎Nine tips to grow successful business

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Despite a growing tendency for entrepreneurship and the establishment of private projects, many people start a business thinking that they will turn on their computers or open their doors and start making money. However, they only find that making money in a business is much more difficult than they thought. In fact, many start-ups fail

‎Saudi Arabia records 927 COVID-19 cases on Friday

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India sends aid, team to help with deadly Afghanistan earthquake

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Can crisis-stricken Afghanistan be prevented from becoming an extremists’ sanctuary again? LONDON: Nearly a year into the Taliban’s return to power in Afghanistan following the US military withdrawal, there is mounting concern that the bankrupt, unstable and internationally isolated country could once again become a sanctuary for extremist groups and even a launchpad for global

CNN Academy Abu Dhabi returns with expanded training program for journalists

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DUBAI: Applications are being accepted for the second round of the CNN Academy Abu Dhabi journalism training program, which will begin in September. The inaugural program, which began in January 2021, offered a full-time, five-week course featuring a combination of online learning and in-person workshops at CNN’s offices at twofour54 in Abu Dhabi. Now it