August 18, 2013
The Daily News Egypt spoke to a number of Egyptian economists to explore how the economy will be affected by the recent political turmoil and resulting violence.
The banks appear to be in a healthy condition and the government’s fiscal position is strong enough that it can respond to any sharp deterioration in the economy by ramping up spending.
Syrian authorities have shut down a money exchange office in Damascus and made several arrests as a part of a campaign to curb illegal currency trading.
The total value of Iran’s capital market is half of the gross domestic product (GDP).
The 35 existing lounges on the Emirates network will be refurbished according to the new design in a phased plan during the next 18-24 months.
A Saudi tourist normally spends three times that his European counterpart would in European countries, where spending ranges between $10,000 and $100,000.
August 17, 2013
Professional job opportunities across the United Arab Emirates increased by 6% between Q2 2012 and Q2 2013 according to a new survey by recruitment specialist Morgan McKinley.
August 15, 2013
There is a rapidly growing student accommodation in Turkey due to its booming young population and increased household income.
Europe's top oil company Royal Dutch/Shell has closed its offices in Egypt for the next few days and restricted business travel there after at least 525 people were killed in a security crackdown.
"The future will not belong to those who focus on technology alone but to those who place it in the wider context of what we know about maximising learning and realising system impact."
Egypt's stock exchange and banks will not open [Thursday] following violence sweeping the country, a bourse statement and an official at the central bank said.
The strong second quarter continues a growth trend for the Dubai-based company who last year reported a second quarter loss of Dh47 million
Smartphone sales to end users reached 225 million units, up 46.5 per cent from the second quarter of 2012, along with other new trends in the global mobile phone industry.
In Saudi Arabia, passengers usually bargain with drivers to determine the fare, but a new alternative is now in place.
It's time to steer the conventional investing mentality towards Jordan's underprivileged governorates. A new economic and social reform agenda is now at play in Jordan.