February 10, 2013
Iraq's Finance Committee discussed amendments to the 2013 budget , according to a statement issued to the country;s House of Representatives.
Egypt’s consumer price index (CPI) rose by 6.6 per cent in January, year-on-year. A hike in the cost of cigarettes, electricity and vegetables drove the increase, the state-run statistics body CAPMAS reveals on Sunday.
Egypt's South Cairo Criminal Court postponed the trial of Alaa Mubarak, Gamal Mubarak, and seven other defendants , on charges of corruption to 10 March.
Iran's ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency said on Saturday that he is "optimistic" about a new round of nuclear talks, scheduled for later this month.
Japan will reportedly give a $3 billion loan to Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (ADNOC) to help boost the oil developer's upstream business and strengthen bilateral relations.
Lebanon is preparing for the arrival of the the first of two power-generating ships it is leasing from Turkey in an effort to halt electrical blackouts in the Cedar country.
The International Monetary Fund have been in the UAE to discuss the economy as the Emirates prepare to host the organisation
Jordan's new terminal at Queen Alia International Airport, just outside of the capital Amman, will officially start operations on March 21
Jordan and Saudi Arabia on Thursday signed four agreements to finance development projects at a total of $299.4 million (around JD212.36 million).
February 7, 2013
The move is an attempt to boost private enterprise in the Arabian nation.
Police warn against opportunistic con men.
The Saudi-funded rail network will connect GCC countries to Europe via Jordan, Turkey.
More than 40 U.S. and European countries have bought information on the country’s offshore gas blocks.
Iraq is the second-biggest re-export market to the UAE.
February 6, 2013
Minister of planning Ashraf El-Arabi warns that Egypt's foreign currency reserves – currently at their lowest levels in decade – will only cover three months of national imports.