LONDON — Engine optimization is a critical area of business for many technology companies, but not for Google, which has been working for decades to dominate the search engine market in the region.
The Google logo is pictured at the Google headquarters in Mountain View, California, U.S., April 6, 2021.
REUTERS/Stephen Lam The search giant has been building up its business in the Middle Eastern market, and its global empire includes more than 80,000 employees in the Gulf Cooperation Council, a grouping of five Gulf Arab states and Egypt, and more than 1.4 million employees in its network of Google properties in the U.K. and the U!
Google has been the biggest technology player in the Arab world since its founding in 1999.
But now Google is going to face competition from a much larger company, a conglomerate called Luminous, that has more than 2,000 people in the UAE and a global presence.
Google, which is owned by Facebook Inc and spun off from its parent company Alphabet Inc, has been investing heavily in the GCC region, where it operates several high-profile projects, including its satellite Internet service, Google Fiber, and Google Maps.
The GCC region is a major market for Google.
Its Emirati subsidiary is the parent company of Google, and the company has been expanding its presence there.
Luminous operates several Google properties, including Google.com, the home page of Google.
In Dubai, the company operates Google Search, Google Home, Google Docs, and G Suite, Google’s suite of online services.
Luminouas operations are in Dubai, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia.
In recent years, Google has sought to improve its search engine in the area.
It introduced its Google.de search engine, a search engine that allows users to search for content on Google, Facebook, YouTube, and other companies, and it launched a new Google Plus social network, Google Plus, aimed at young users.
It has also been investing in infrastructure and software that can help it build up its services in the world’s largest Internet market, but it is investing heavily now in improving its services.
Google is working to build a global network of its Google properties including Google Maps, Google Finance, Google News, Google Chrome, Google Apps, Google Maps Plus, Google Translate, Google Photos, Google Search and the Google+ social network.
It also is trying to launch a mobile app, Google Play, to help it connect with customers.
Luminous, based in Abu Dhabi, has its headquarters in the Emirates capital, Dubai.
Google announced in February that it would acquire the company for $1.4 billion.
The transaction was announced on March 30.
Lumenous has built up its presence in the global tech industry by acquiring and expanding businesses in more than 150 countries, including businesses that offer services to consumers in the developing world.
It has a market capitalization of more than $1 billion.
It is not known how many people work for Luminous.