Germany

Abu Dhabi to woo German tourists

Abu-Dhabi-Tourism-AuthorityAbu Dhabi launched a large campaign for wooing international tourists especially from Germany into the country. The country will promote Yas Island as a key tourist spot and signed a deal with he Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority (ADTA) and TUI, one of Europe's largest travel groups, for the same.

Germany’s DekaBank looking forward to enter in the UAE market

The leading bank of Germany, DekaBank is looking forward to strengthen its position in the UAE market. The Bank has arranged a road-show in the capital for this purpose. The main aim behind this show is to increase its fund management share in the UAE market.

DekaBank is one of largest asset management companies of Europe. It has successfully managed more than €180 billion worldwide for some of the renowned and large companies.

Irena to open an office in Bonn

Adnan-Amin-IRENAA top official has revealed that the green energy organization, Irena is preparing to open an office in Bonn, Germany, next to spring.

Adnan Amin, the interim director general of the International Renewable Energy Agency has said yesterday that, the Bonn project comes as important role where countries are prepared to join the group's 150 members.

Drug to reduce double chin soon

ATX-101The double chin may soon become a thing of past following announcement from a German firm that unwanted fat deposits will be fought with a drug for which a trial is being launched.

The drug called ATX-101 will be given to people through a series of 40 to 70 mini injections for alleviating the curse of millions of middle-aged people around the world.

Rash Predicts Better Survival In NSCLC

skin-rashAccording to a new study, lung cancer patients developing a rash after treatment with the drug cetuximab (Erbitux) have better outcomes.

Data from a large, multi-centre clinical trial suggests, first cycle rash identifies patients with non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC), who are most likely to respond to being treated with cetuximab (Erbitux).

Violence marks anti-nuclear protests in Germany

Violence marks anti-nuclear protests in GermanyAccording to protesters and police on Sunday, in Germany dispute against the storing of nuclear waste and enlarge the life of the nation's nuclear plants twisted fierce in spot.

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