February 9, 2014
Jordan and Bahrain are the only two countries in the MENA region that have fully liberalised their telecom sectors, according to a recently released World Bank report.
The International Monetary Fund said Thursday that success in Middle East peace talks could boost Palestinian economic growth while failure could cause increased debt.
Egypt’s net international reserves surged at the end of January to record $17.105bn
February 6, 2014
Overall global defence spending probably fell marginally in 2013, it said, but increased dramatically in Asia and the Middle East.
The Egyptian Tourism Authority (ETA) has officially released the country’s tourism figures for 2013, and it's really good news.
UAE aims to set up a draft plan for developing domestic energy policies and vision up to 2030, said a report, citing the country's energy minister.
Jordan’s oil imports from Iraq have been halted due to security conditions in Anbar province.
Saudi Arabia just signed $9.5 billion worth of contracts to establish a new industrial city in KSA focusing on mining.
China is studying whether its automakers could start manufacturing cars in Saudi Arabia to help meet increasing demand.
Lebanon's economy is continuing to plummet, particularly in the construction, retail and services sectors according to data from January this year.
Etihad Airways is preparing to open a new sales region-Africa Sub-Sahara and Indian Ocean.
Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB) is offering a six-month break on repayment installments on personal and vehicle financing in the event of loss of employment to ease the budren on customers as they transition between jobs.
Qatar plans to spend as much as $205 billion on infrastructure between 2013 and 2018,
Saudi Arabia’s stock market witnessed five new listings in 2013 with a combined value of SR1.96 billion ($523 million).
February 5, 2014
A group of angry businessmen in Bahrain calling for an end to a mandatory tax on foreign workers has taken their demands to parliament.