- Sixty per cent of drivers in the Middle East and Levant say fuel efficiency is more important than power
- A desire to save money and high fuel prices are the top reasons for choosing more fuel efficient cars
- Survey was conducted on Twitter and covered more than 19,000 responses from people in eight countries
Al Masaood Automobiles, the authorized distributor of INFINITI in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain, was elated after INFINITI gained the highest score for customer satisfaction in the luxury automotive segment in the inaugural J.D. Power 2018 U.A.E. Customer Service Index (CSI) Study. The survey results have further cemented the company’s status as a provider of world-class global products and services that exceed customer expectations and satisfaction in the UAE.
A survey that has been published recently around the outcomes of Visit Lebanon forum, that was held earlier in May 2017, and organized by the Ministry of Tourism and Global Network, shows a great feedback from decision makers at international tourism companies, and Lebanese exhibiters alike.
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- Turkey outdistances global giants in mobile access to several services such as social networks and instant messaging, shows Ericsson ConsumerLab report
- Over the last two years, various lines of service including customer services gained more importance in users’ satisfaction with operators
- 42 percent of the accepters wish to upgrade to 4.5G, while 44 percent of rejecters think that it will be no different than 3G
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ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller Arab Youth Survey
Dubai, UAE, May 19, 2014: An overwhelming majority of young Arabs believe Expo 2020 will improve the international image of the Arab world, with 89 per cent agreeing that it will have a positive effect, according to the findings of the 6th Annual ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller Arab Youth Survey.