April 4, 2013
Libyan oil authorities, in coordination with foreign oil companies, are investigating the cause of blast that occurred on Tuesday night.
Arab countries must pursue economic and political reforms and improve their infrastructure in order to strengthen their economies, the head of the World Union of Arab Bankers said Wednesday.
Trading volumes on the Amman Stock Exchange (ASE) hit a record level on Wednesday due to the internal transfer of Arab Bank shares held by Lebanon's Hariri family.
Egypt’s government expects an agreement on a $4.8 billion loan from the IMF within weeks, as protestors gathered in Cairo to oppose the deal.
Up to a million liters of smuggled low-quality gasoline has been pouring into Lebanon from Syria on a daily basis since mid-March, industry sources claim.
Apple is planning to begin production of a new iPhone similar in shape and size to its latest version, the Wall Street Journal reported yesterday.
April 3, 2013
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will suggest additional economic reforms as part of its conditions for granting Egypt a $4.8 billion loan, an IMF official told Ahram's Arabic news website on Tuesday.
The British Defence Minister arrived in Libya in an effort to boost arms sale to the country, just days after the post-revolution state announced plans to upgrade its military.
Qatar has prepared an extensive world trade agreement draft ahead of the World Chambers Congress in Doha.
The Socialist Popular Alliance Party will participate in Wednesday's protests against the loan Egypt is seeking from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Bahrain is a high growth market for Saudi Arabian Airlines (Saudia) as air traffic between the two kingdoms continues to surge, the Saudi national carrier's top official said.
A plan to boost the capital of Arab development funds by at least 50 percent is to be implemented over the next five years.
Hundreds of cooking gas cylinders distributors protested in Cairo on Tuesday following a decision to increase the price by 60 per cent, the first price rise in twenty years.
Lebanon’s Internet connection speeds could leap to 20 megabits per second within the next three months, the head of a large ISP revealed.
Jordan's decision to reintroduce a supply portfolio in the newly formed government is being criticised by trade bodies.