Lebanon

Lebanon’s EV Electra launches first electric car “Quds Rise” amidst crisis

Lebanon’s EV Electra launches first electric car “Quds Rise” amidst crisis

EV Electra, the first electric automobile manufacturer in Lebanon and the Arab World, has launched a locally-made all-electric sports car named Quds Rise, marking the first successful launch of an

Lebanon’s EV Electra launches first electric car “Quds Rise” amidst crisis

Lebanon’s EV Electra launches first electric car “Quds Rise” amidst crisis

EV Electra, the first electric automobile manufacturer in Lebanon and the Arab World, has launched a locally-made all-electric sports car named Quds Rise, marking the first successful launch of an

Order of Nurses Caution about Imminent Dearth in Lebanese Nurses

Order of Nurses Caution about Imminent Dearth in Lebanese NursesLebanese nurses are “pearl of nurses in the Arab world”, as per the Health Minister Mohammad Jawad Khalifeh , who was chairing a two-day international conference on the occasion of honoring nurses on International Nurses Day on Thursday.

Lebanese PM for strengthening ties with Qatar

Lebanese PM for strengthening ties with QatarQatar, obliquely indicating the ongoing dispute between Iran and Western World and UAE over its nuclear program, said that any action against the country should be taken after due diligence and much deliberation.

UAE ventures in Lebanon top $1b

The latest Inter-Arab Investment Guarantee Corporation annual report has confirmed UAE as the top Arab investor in Lebanon - as the value of UAE ventures in Lebanon exceeded $1 billion (Dh3.67 billion).

It should be noted that 41.9 per cent of the value of projects commenced by Arab investors in Lebanon in 2008 are represented by the UAE investment. The report, which shows that the most active in Lebanon are the UAE investors specifically, says that UAE investors have invested $1.115 billion there.

Emirates to increase Beirut flights

Emirates has decided to roll out nine additional flights to Beirut, Lebanon, in August in order to keep up with customer demand during the busy summer season.

The sources said that the additional flights will give the Dubai to Beirut service an important boost.

At present, Emirates operates 17 weekly flights between Dubai and Beirut. During August the carrier will add 18 additional flights between Dubai and Beirut.

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