The China-France Wine Forum in Minning town, Ningxia
The China-France Wine Forum was held in Minning town, Ningxia,China on October 22, 2020. The theme of “A Dialogue to Make Wine Cultures Flourish”. Christine Cayol, Vice President of China-French Culture and Art Research Center and Vice Chairman of China-French Culture Forum，Zhao Jinjun, former Chinese ambassador to France, Vice Chairman of CCIEE, and Chinese Vice Chairman of the China-French Cultural Forum，Henry-Claude Cousseau，the Former Dean of the École des Beaux-Arts and other representatives gave a speech in this forum.
TP-Link Launches Advanced Video Surveillance Brand – VIGI
Dubai, United Arab Emirates, October 20, 2020 — TP-Link, the world-leading provider of reliable networking devices and accessories recently announced the launch of their all-new video surveillance brand, VIGI. The latest label from the networking giant is all set to introduce 10 products explicitly designed to meet the needs of SMBs and provide professional-grade surveillance to small business owners at an affordable price point. The entire range of products will be in the market soon.
41.6% quarter-over-quarter growth in its Adjusted Q3 Net Income and 116.2% year-over-year growth in its Q3 2020 Net Income
Dubai, UAE, 21st October 2020 – Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company PJSC (“EITC”) published today its financial results for the third quarter of 2020. It reported (a) a strong 41.6% quarter-over-quarter growth in its quarterly Adjusted Net Income and 116.2% year-over-year growth in its quarterly Net Income as a result of the improvement of its operational performance and the capital gains derived from the sale of its stake in Khazna, (b) a recovery of its quarterly revenue growth with a 0.7% quarter-over-quarter growth, and (c) an important capital deployment of AED 511 million reflecting the implementation of its ambitious investment plans.
Experts Praise UAE’s Efforts to Ensure Financial Stability in Exceptional Times at EIBFS Webinar
Virtual session turns spotlight on combating financial crimes
Experts underscore importance of compliance in facilitating financial security
Dubai-UAE: 21 October, 2020 – Greater collaboration among sub specialist risk management areas, building operational resilience, improved training for compliance officers and raising customer awareness will be crucial in overcoming financial crimes in the upcoming period, according to expert participants at a webinar on the subject of combating financial crimes hosted by the Emirates Institute for Banking and Financial Studies (EIBFS), a regional leader in banking and finance education and training.