March 7, 2013
The head of Lebanon's Union Coordination Committee warned the country's Prime Minister, Najib Mikati, that delaying public sector wage increases is harming the economy,
Delays in the Egyptian election process mean a $4.8 billion loan from the IMF may go on the backburner, an economist warned on Wednesday.
More than 40 per cent of the guests who stayed in Palestinian hotels in the West Bank during fourth quarter 2012 were from European Union countries, new figures reveal.
No locusts have been spotted in Jordan so far, according to the country's agricultural ministry, despite swarms being spotted in Egypt and Israel.
The US poured $60 billion into unsuccessful reconstruction projects in Iraq 10 years after invading the country, an auditor's report has found.
Egyptian steel tycoon Ahmed Ezz has been jailed for 37 years and fined for illegally acquiring shares.
March 6, 2013
A significant number of workers in Jordan are paid less than the minimum wage, with some earning just $141 a month, a government department reported on Tuesday,
Mubarak and his sons are accused of misusing public funds to build private homes
Fuel prices could drop in Jordan, according to a deputy in the country's parliament, following pressure from MPs.
The Bahraini economy is booming as government officials predict healthy growth in 2013
Thousands of strikers continue their protest over wages in Beirut
Poll predicts an increase in B2B interactions on social networking sites
The emir of Qatar, one of the world's richest men, has taken title to six uninhabited Greek islands after a year and a half of paperwork.
Jordan’s economic growth and budget deficit are expected to go back on track by 2015 if the government sticks to its fiscal reform programme, according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) Deputy Managing Director Nemat Shafik.
The total number of Egyptian public-sector workers went down in the previous fiscal year, new figures show.