November 13, 2013
The fee works out at more than £2,600 per minute. His wisdom, especially on the War on Iraq, is sure worth every penny.
Emiratisation efforts are failing to make a substantial dent in the unemployments figure of Emiratis.
Nokia introduced the Lumia 1020 and the Lumia 925 to markets in Jordan this week, representing "the latest additions to [the] Lumia smartphone range."
The UAE is slated to host the first global conference on the UN Partnership for Action on Green Economy (PAGE) scheduled to take place in Dubai in early March next year.
With social media activity growing 20 percent in the past year, Bahrain is looking to partner with a major social media organization to train employees on how to use it in their work in the hopes that it will benefit "education, entrepreneurship, and jobs" in the country's future.
GCC's largest independent insurance broker, Nexus Group, has reported significant growth in its savings (36 percent increase), protection (31 percent increase) and employee benefits (17 percent increase) businesses.
The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has increased its 2013 forecast for oil demand growth based on " expectations of better-than-expected improvement" within developed country economies
Dubai's Emirates Airline on Tuesday posted a two percent increase in half yearly profits, blaming high fuel costs and an “unfavorable” currency exchange environment for the slow growth.
Qatar Exchange welcomed the decision of the Standard & Poors (S&P) Dow Jones to upgrade Qatar from a “frontier” to “emerging market”, describing it as a positive step that will attract further foreign investments to the Qatari stock market.
Total SA, Europe’s biggest oil refiner, will resume business with Iran if diplomatic talks lead to the removal of sanctions, Chief Executive Officer Christophe de Margerie said at a conference in Abu Dhabi.
The International Monetary Fund remains ready to provide aid to Egypt when Cairo requests it, a senior IMF official said on Tuesday without elaborating on when that might happen.
November 12, 2013
German automobile maker Audi announced this week that 2013 will be the first time that the company sells more than 10,000 car units in the Middle East in one year.
Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC announced Monday that it signed a 25-year agreement to develop Sotheby's brand throughout Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Kuwait opening its first office in Riyadh later this month.
The government of Dubai told reporters Tuesday that it is planning to establish a center that sets standards for corporate governance based on Islamic values.
The International Monetary Fund released a report Tuesday that states that energy exporting states in the Arab world are "not saving enough of their oil windfall" and may collectively face a fiscal deficit by 2016 if current policies do not change.