April 11, 2013
Kuwait will finance development projects worth $1.3 billion in Bahrain over the next few years, a report said.
Gas prices in Lebanon are continuing their downward trent.
April 10, 2013
Qatar will extend $3 billion to Egypt in the coming days, the Qatari prime minister announced on Wednesday
Egypt might finalize a deal to import natural gas from Qatar during a visit by Prime Minister Hesham Qandil, according to Egyptian Planning and International Cooperation Minister Ashraf al-Araby.
The consumer price inflation rate in the emirate of Abu Dhabi was 1 per cent in March, while the inflation rate during the first quarter of 2013 was 1.1 per cent, new statistics show.
Jordan's authorities expect the demand for food commodities during Ramadan this year to exceed levels of previous years.
After much talk of the possible lifting of the 'ban' on Skype in the UAE, the country's telecoms authority announced no change in the
Consumer confidence in Lebanon hit near record lows in the second half of 2012, new research suggests.
Some articles of Egypt's recently approved sukuk law are “definitely incompatible with Islamic Shari’a law”, said Abdallah Al-Naggar, a member of the Al-Azhar Council of Senior Scholars.
Electricite du Liban workers in Lebanon are planning industrial action over changes to the company's new budget.
Jordan’s olive oil production saw an 11 per cent increase in 2012, according to official figures released on Tuesday.
April 9, 2013
The US Secretary of State, John Kerry, said on Tuesday that he will work with leaders from Palestine and Israel to revive the West Bank's ailing economy
Kuwait's oil output is in the range of 3 million barrels per day, the Kuwaiti Oil Minister has said.
Lebanon's central bank chief, Riad Salameh, has insisted that the Lebanese banking and financial sectors have not been affected by the ongoing crisis in the region.
Egypt is set to abolish fuel subsidies within three to five years in a bid to reduce its spiraling budget deficit, a senior minister has said.