March 2, 2014
By 2020, it is estimated that 6.5 billion people worldwide will use mobile networks for data communications and that 100 billion additional “things” — such as vehicles, metres, medical devices, and home appliances — will also be connected via mobile networks.
At the end of November 2013, foreign reserves at the Central Bank of Jordan rose by $5.4 billion or by 81.7 per cent, amounting to $12.1 billion.
The World Bank called on GCC government leaders this week to reform their healthcare sectors and industries this week to systems that promote health rather than only "treating sickness."
China-based company Trina Solar recently signed an agreement with Amman-based companies to build rooftop solar power plants.
State-owned Emirates airline told the media this week that it is under "no instructions" to list on the stock market, despite recent reports suggesting that Dubai is planning to sell off part of the airline.
Saudi Arabian billionaire prince Al Waleed Ibn Talal will meet with Palestinian leadership in the public and private sectors this Tuesday.
Energy-deficient India discussed the possibility of reviving a project for a deep sea pipeline connecting Oman and Iran to India.
Rents in Abu Dhabi’s prime residential areas increased by nearly 17 per cent during 2013 and there are projections for further hikes this year.
It is the biggest loan package Tunisia has received since the 2011 revolution that toppled autocratic president Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali.
The light tight oil revolution in the United States is changing the geographical map of oil trade.
February 28, 2014
The agreement will give Israeli companies access to California's Innovation Hub (iHub) program, which consists of 16 clusters of R&D groups.
“It is one of the biggest wind farm projects in the world,” the utility said in a statement.
February 27, 2014
On Wednesday, Arabtec said: “The company denies that it will acquire Kharafi National.”
“At the forefront of the set criteria that determine route profitability are the traffic, the operating expenses and the required fleet operated on these routes,” it added.
The Dubai International Boat Show is set to launch this weekend with over 750 companies registered to participate.