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HAQQ Network Confirms the Launch of its RWA, the Gold Token by Q2 2024

A key part of HAQQ Network’s expansion project is the launch of its Gold token in June, marking a significant step in the network’s larger goal of tokenizing Real-World Assets. HAQQ Network Co-Founder and CEO Alex Malkov shares their exciting and bumpy ride from inception to date.

Russia Launches Roskachestvo Halal Certification

Certification body Roskachestvo Halal recently launched a Muslim-friendly certification standard for hoteliers and tourism service operators to cater to a growing market segment of Muslim tourists across major Russian cities.

Dubai Police Parades its First Tent Pegging Team

The Dubai Mounted Police has established the UAE's first "Tent Pegging" police team, an officially recognised equestrian sport that showcases riders' high-level skills and abilities in horse handling.

Aeroviation Says Drone Pilots Need to Hone Problem-based Skills

Singapore-based Aeroviation Co-founders Faris Iskandar Samat and Nur Fadhilah Shuib says as autonomous aircraft become more prevalent, aviation students will need to have solid problem-solving and coding skills to become well-rounded aviators.

Birmingham to Host The 2024 Halal Food Festival

Food, fetes, and fanfare are the mainstay of summer celebrations, and this year, it will be ushered in at the Halal Food Festival on 25-26 May at Birmingham.

Modern Kazakhstan is Becoming a Cultural and Spiritual Cornucopia

A demure cultural revolution has taken root in Kazakhstan ever since it detached itself from the Soviet Union in 1991. As one of the world’s biggest producers of uranium and rare metals, this Central Asian country is charting a course to craft a prosperous, multi-ethnic Kazakh identity.

Qatar Hypermarket Launches Halal Thai Promo for Good Taste and Goodwill

Graced by Ambassador of Thailand to Qatar H E Sira Swangsilpa, and Lulu Hypermarket Regional Director Shaijan MO together with dignitaries from the Royal Thai Embassy in Doha, the Halal Thai Food Promotion launch aims to foster goodwill between the two countries and celebrate Thai culture and cuisine.

Gas Monetisation a Strategic Focus as Libya Increases Exports to Europe

Libya has allocated USD 1.23 billion to develop the Hamada NC-7 concession in its latest budget, which was approved by Libya’s eastern-based parliament last month, according to a recent MEED report.

How PPP is Increasing Efficiencies Across Saudi’s Gigaprojects

UK legal firm Ashurst Senior Associates Jason Gouveia and Joanne McGuire discuss why concerns about whom ultimately bears the payment risk in a PPP arrangement becomes highly relevant in gigaprojects.

Cross-Border Co-ordination a Must to Meet Future Clean Energy Demand

According to Taqa CEO Omar Al Hashmi, the global demand for renewable energy is increasing. However, the windiest and sunniest parts of the world are not where the need for energy is highest. This is where transmission plays a big role, linking energy generation to energy use as a product of global interconnection, and diversifying production from renewable sources to create a steadier supply of clean power. 

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HAQQ Network Confirms the Launch of its RWA, the Gold Token by Q2 2024

A key part of HAQQ Network’s expansion project is the launch of its Gold token in June, marking a significant step in the network’s larger goal of tokenizing Real-World Assets. HAQQ Network Co-Founder and CEO Alex Malkov shares their exciting and bumpy ride from inception to date.

Russia Launches Roskachestvo Halal Certification

Certification body Roskachestvo Halal recently launched a Muslim-friendly certification standard for hoteliers and tourism service operators to cater to a growing market segment of Muslim tourists across major Russian cities.

Dubai Police Parades its First Tent Pegging Team

The Dubai Mounted Police has established the UAE's first "Tent Pegging" police team, an officially recognised equestrian sport that showcases riders' high-level skills and abilities in horse handling.

Aeroviation Says Drone Pilots Need to Hone Problem-based Skills

Singapore-based Aeroviation Co-founders Faris Iskandar Samat and Nur Fadhilah Shuib says as autonomous aircraft become more prevalent, aviation students will need to have solid problem-solving and coding skills to become well-rounded aviators.

Birmingham to Host The 2024 Halal Food Festival

Food, fetes, and fanfare are the mainstay of summer celebrations, and this year, it will be ushered in at the Halal Food Festival on 25-26 May at Birmingham.

Modern Kazakhstan is Becoming a Cultural and Spiritual Cornucopia

A demure cultural revolution has taken root in Kazakhstan ever since it detached itself from the Soviet Union in 1991. As one of the world’s biggest producers of uranium and rare metals, this Central Asian country is charting a course to craft a prosperous, multi-ethnic Kazakh identity.

Qatar Hypermarket Launches Halal Thai Promo for Good Taste and Goodwill

Graced by Ambassador of Thailand to Qatar H E Sira Swangsilpa, and Lulu Hypermarket Regional Director Shaijan MO together with dignitaries from the Royal Thai Embassy in Doha, the Halal Thai Food Promotion launch aims to foster goodwill between the two countries and celebrate Thai culture and cuisine.

Gas Monetisation a Strategic Focus as Libya Increases Exports to Europe

Libya has allocated USD 1.23 billion to develop the Hamada NC-7 concession in its latest budget, which was approved by Libya’s eastern-based parliament last month, according to a recent MEED report.

How PPP is Increasing Efficiencies Across Saudi’s Gigaprojects

UK legal firm Ashurst Senior Associates Jason Gouveia and Joanne McGuire discuss why concerns about whom ultimately bears the payment risk in a PPP arrangement becomes highly relevant in gigaprojects.

Cross-Border Co-ordination a Must to Meet Future Clean Energy Demand

According to Taqa CEO Omar Al Hashmi, the global demand for renewable energy is increasing. However, the windiest and sunniest parts of the world are not where the need for energy is highest. This is where transmission plays a big role, linking energy generation to energy use as a product of global interconnection, and diversifying production from renewable sources to create a steadier supply of clean power.