October 22, 2012
The Arab World’s imports from Brazil have reached over $6.6 billion between January to August, the Arab-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce said in a report.
Qatar recorded the highest broad money supply growth in the region in 2011 and during the first eight months of 2012, as other Middle East states struggle to keep up.
October 21, 2012
The US has denied a report that the United States and Iran have agreed to one-on-one negotiations over Tehran's nuclear program, in what would be a significant step towards resolving the crisis.
In a bold statement, the secretary-general of the Dubai Economic council has claimed that the UAE economy in "immune" from the crisis in the global economy.
Egypt's Illicit Gains Authority on Sunday froze the financial assets of Mubarak-era prime minister Ahmed Shafiq and his three daughters due to unexplained increases in their wealth.
The Kuwaiti economy has registered strong credit growth, the best results for three years, but protests continue, causing the stock market to fall by 3.4 per cent as the government looks set for a showdown.
Cyber crime in Bahrain is being caused by insiders, a top interior Ministry official has claimed. Current policies give employees high-level access to a company's information technology systems, enabling them to attack system.
Yemen has recently received a number of requests from Arab and foreign companies to invest in oil sector, Oil and Minerals Minister said on Saturday.
Jordan and the Ukraine have held talks aimed at forging closer trade cooperation between the two nations, as well as holding specialized trade exhibition to promote products of the two countries.
Egypt’s tourist guides are planning for an open strike after stoppages 15-17 November, charging that the Ministry of Tourism has ignored their long-time demands, the state-run Arabic-language Al-Ahram news reported Saturday.
A Saudi investment company revealed its plans for a mega investment project in Yemen, combining touristic, economic and cultural sections, with an estimated cost of $20 billion.
Iraq's oil exports from its southern ports have risen by 120,000 barrels per day (bpd) so far in October versus last month, according to shipping data, suggesting the country is on course to reach its highest export rate in decades.
October 18, 2012
Iranian private oil firms are set to take the European Union to court after companies took issue with the new tougher sanctions, which they have described as "illegal", according to the state-backed Fars news agency.
Leading international oil firms will get first-hand information about the initial findings of Lebanon’s massive gas wealth under the sea during a meeting in London on Wednesday.
Palestine Monetary Authority (PMA) Thursday condemned Israeli reports on alleged accusations of money laundering executed on behalf of Arabs living in Israel.