August 18, 2011
|The Saltflow Group|
New York, NY (RPRN) 08/18/11 — Saltflow, Inc., a Dubai, United Arab Emirates-based group, announced that Executive Chairman Arif Ayub will meet with regulators in Moscow next week to receive first-hand recommendations on the planned expansion of critical data-centric Internet applications into Russia.
The group's technology subsidiary is hiring a large number of specialists in Moscow and other cities to create a formidable technology presence in Russia. "We have a lot of experience in running consumer data-sensitive applications in China, but Russia is an entirely different place. We must talk to the regulators directly to find a common ground on a number of issues," said Arif Ayub. "We are positioned to build
|Saltflow Headquarters at Burj Khalifa, Dubai, UAE|
Ayub leads the technology and retail operations of The Saltflow Group. Other group domains, including trade and construction, are fully run by other management.
About The Saltflow Group:
Saltflow is a Dubai, United Arab Emirates-based group that owns and operates businesses in the technology, construction, trade and retail industries. The group, generating revenues in excess of $290 million annually, has a major presence in Dubai, Beijing, Moscow and in multiple North American cities. For more information, visit http://www.saltflow.com/.
Saltflow is a Dubai, United Arab Emirates-based group that owns and operates businesses in the technology, construction, trade and retail industries. Saltflow’s Moscow-based technology group controls a range of Internet companies primarily targeted at financial and mobile solutions for consumers. Its Beijing-based trade subsidiary directs a variety of large-scale ventures in international commerce. The Dubai-based construction arm works on commercial projects within the United Arab Emirates and internationally in China and Europe. The North American retail division principally grows via manufacturing acquisitions within the United States and Canada.
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