February 28, 2013
Etihad Airways said on Wednesday it has bought three pairs of Indian carrier, Jet Airways’ slots of London Heathrow airport slots for $70 million.
The Egyptian economy continues to post negative results, with the country's budget deficit increasing by almost 36 per cent, from July to January of the 2012/13 fiscal year compared to the same period the previous fiscal year.
Jordan's finance minister thanked the Saudi Ambassador to the Kingdom on Wednesday for $200 million, used to prop up the ailing economy.
Egypt's Minister of Finance, Mursi Hijazi, said on Wednesday that Egypt is losing about 100 million Egyptian pounds ($15 million) per day because of insecurity and political unrest.
February 27, 2013
Operations at Egypt's Ain Sokhna, North Giza and Banha power plants have been halted because of labour protests by workers demanding permanent employment and higher wages.
Despite mounting US pressure, Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari has reportedly decided to travel to Tehran this week to finalise a multibillion dollar gas pipeline deal.
Following a two month grace period, Jordanis to crack down on undocumented workers, a ministry secretary official said on Tuesday.
Iraqi Airways has resumed direct flights to Kuwait on Wednesday for the first in more than quarter of a century.
Yemen loses about $10 billion because of widespread corruption at various public offices, a recent official report has said.
Etihad Rail – the developer and operator of the UAE’s national railway network – has secured financing of $1.28 billion for key railway projects.
Egypt's antitrust watchdog says Mobinil and Etisalat have not been cooperating with an investigation into the companies' imposition of a new stamp duty on customers
Lebanon's Energy Ministry signed Tuesday a $348 million contract with a Danish-German consortium to build new power plants.
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.