February 27, 2013
Fuel prices in Jordan are set to increase on Thursday three months after the last increase that saw widespread rioting across the county.
February 26, 2013
Mobile operators will make more money from data than from voice by 2018, a report has said.
Tunisia plans to establish a new industrial zone in the Ariana region, according to national media.
A team of experts from Saudi Arabia and Bahrain recently held talks in Manama to discuss the feasibility of a rail link between the two neighbors separated by the Arabian Sea.
Strikes in Lebanon is severely disrupting education establishment as private and public sector workers take industrial action over a long-debated government pay increase for teachers.
Egypt plans to raise as much as $1 billion by June from the sale of its first Sukuk.
Oil tankers loaded with fuel from Lebanese refineries are heading to Syria by sea, after protesters barred the way by land earlier this month.
According to the latest statistics from Lebanon's Central Bank, the balance sheets of financial institutions increased by 14 per cent.
Mozilla, which is a not-for-profit organization, behind the Firefox web browser has announced handsets based on its operating system for mobile phones.
More than 700 jobs have been secured in Jordan, under the National Employment Campaign, Labour Minister Nidal Katamine announced on Monday.
Tourists coming to Egypt from the Arab Maghreb countries (Libya, Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria) will no longer have to obtain tourist visas, German news agency DPA reported on Monday.
February 25, 2013
Unemployment in Palestine eased slightly in the third quater of 2012, but over quater of the population remain without work, according to Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics.
The World Bank has given the Mina municipality in north Lebanon’s city of Tripoli a positive BB+ credit rating, the municipality said in a statement over the weekend.
Four Kuwaiti lawmakers are pushing to raise the monthly minimum wage of Kuwaiti nationals in the public sector, with private sector employees also receiving yearly increment in line with inflation.
A newly publish report claims that Saudi Arabia is spending more on renewable energy as the Kingdom tries to cut down on the oil it burns in power stations, but is the House of Saud really about to fall for solar?