September 4, 2014
Non-oil business activity in the UAE expanded in August at the fastest pace on record as the country obtained high points in output and new business.
Dubai-based SME, The Camel Soap Factory, is looking to touch in German and Indian markets next year as it continues to expand.
In August 2014 Jordan’s Energy Minister Mohammed Hamid complained that Egypt’s decision to halt its exports of natural gas to Jordan in April had exacerbated the country’s energy crisis.
The projects include building a new airport at Jazan called the King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Airport and the expansion of the airport in Arar.
September 3, 2014
Oman began importing Qatari gas in 2007, but its demand has risen rapidly since then, threatening its LNG exports and pushing Muscat back to the negotiating table with Tehran.
Fahmy declined to reveal the names of investors that are slated to settle their disputes with government bodies, saying that the settlements have not yet been approved by the cabinet.
Middle Eastern airlines recorded the strongest growth in passenger traffic in July with a 9.2 per cent rise, according to a report.
The leading world developer of giant crystalline lagoons has unveiled a massive 8-hectare project in the Prince Sultan Cultural Centre to build hotels, a medical city, educational facilities, villas and apartments.
The PTA and RTA launched a Dubai Ferry line to increase marine transport around the Emirate, with five long-distance trips.
Leading Dubai developer Majid Al Futtaim announced plans to expand a retail mall in Oman's capital, Muscat, including 60 shopping and dining options.
Global tech giant Siemens handed over the Shuweihat S3 power plant in Abu Dhabi to begin commercial operations.
Turks are expected to spend $1.1 billion on pilgrimages to the holy city of Mecca this year.
Lebanon's economy has been hard hit by the war in Syria, which started in 2011 and has repeatedly spilled over into the small Mediterranean country
September 2, 2014
The biggest Middle Eastern airline, Emirates, added two more destinations to its network this week including Oslo and Brussels.
Dubai's largest bank, Emirates NBD, is looking to increase its presence in Saudi Arabia, CEO of the company announced.