The Ministry of Economy of UAE has declared of its trade statistical figures update up to the end of 2014. The app comprises trade transaction data on non-oil goods, exports, re-exports, and imports of the UAE with other countries since 1999. The application helps to save time and effort, as the data is available by different periods, geographic areas, and type of merchandise, which facilitates further comparison. Moreover, the data can be easily exported to such desktop applications as MS Office and PDF format.
The statistical offices emphasize the importance of rapid developments in context of Smart Data and strive to provide accurate, high quality statistics to meet the needs of various data users in order to attract investors and businessmen, who will proceed with policies and strategies for international trade.
Abdullah Al Saleh, Under-Secretary of the Ministry of Economy for Foreign Trade and Industry, said: "In line with the federal government directives, the Ministry of Economy is working to achieve the highest level of transparency and competitiveness. The current update fulfills a long-perceived need for recent and relevant information in the trading sector.”
The Under-Secretary highlighted that application is the pioneer app displaying interactive data in a user-friendly and efficient manner. The number of application users every month averages between 1,000 and 1,500 from different countries all over the world.
This is what Microsoft announced on September 1, 2014. The dual 3G SIM Windows Phone, considered to be a budget model, boasts a 4-inch LCD display, a 1.2 GHz processing unit, a 5MP rear camera and a 4 GB memory, which is possible to extend with up to 128 GB SD cards. Its 1430 mAh battery can last for as long as 22 hour. This smartphone comes with apps, such as Microsoft Office, XBOX games, Skype, and other native Lumia apps. Besides, it offers OneDrive cloud services, enabling users to access up to 15 GB free storage. The colors of the range include bright orange, bright green, dark grey, and white.
"Verbal restraint caused heavy fine for one resident of the United Arab Emirates", - reported by local Newspapers. Fine in the amount of 5000 dirhams (equivalent to $273) was appointed by the court for insulting message that the accused in the SMS sent his opponent.
The accused did not want to admit their guilt, turning in a few instances in the proceeding. However, direct evidence in the form of saved messages in the phone of the victim has not left the court has doubts about the guilt of the defendant. In the message of a man named plaintiff's a liar, accusing in the falsehood of his wife and close relatives, reported by the local media.