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SERHETABAT: Turkmenistan on Friday announced the start of construction work on the Afghan section of an $8 billion natural gas pipeline that will link the energy-rich Central Asian nation to Pakistan and India.

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NEW DELHI: US businesses and diplomats are pressing India to cut tariffs, industry and government sources say, after New Delhis move to increase customs duties on dozens of products to help its flagship Make-in-India drive aggravated differences over trade.

DUBAI: Dubai has said it is seeking international arbitration against Djibouti after the Horn of Africa nation terminated its concession at a key port that is the main transit route to landlocked Ethiopia.

NEW DELHI: India has offered Saudi Arabia a stake in the second phase of the south Asian nations yet-to-be-built strategic oil reserves, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said in New Delhi on Friday.

Afghanistan on Friday hosted top officials from Turkmenistan, Pakistan and India for the groundbreaking ceremony of the multi-billion dollar "TAPI" gas pipeline project -- representing the initials of the four countries --, which will also link them via a network of roads, railways, and fiber optics.

RIYADH: The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) launched in the UK on Tuesday a digital platform called Engage, which will promote technological and scientific solutions to accelerate progress toward the UNs sustainable development goals (SDGs).

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TUNIS: Tourist numbers to Tunisia will hit a record high this year, fully reversing the damage inflicted on the sector by attacks on holidaymakers in 2015, the tourism minister said on Wednesday.

DUBAI: Saudi Arabian banks showed more evidence of improving results on Wednesday with stronger fourth-quarter performances from two of the kingdoms larger lenders.