April 16, 2014
A new study by consumer group Nielson says that car sales in the Middle East will go up in the next two years.
The expansion of relations with the Islamic Republic, which enjoys high status in the region, is one of the UAE’s priorities, said Sheikh Mohammad.
“Budget-conscious Dubai residents are now relocating to Sharjah in a flight to affordability,” said John Stevens, managing director, Asteco.
Libya prepared to resume oil exports Tuesday following a break of more than eight months, after autonomy-seeking rebels agreed to lift their blockade of ports in the country's east.
April 15, 2014
Food, lifestyle and products manufactured under Islamic law are expected to be worth $2.48 trillion in the next four years due to increasing demand and a growing Muslim population.
Charging stations for electric cars will soon pop up all over Dubai to enhance grid efficiency.
Oman's government and BP signed a contract to develop the Khazzan gas field of Block 61 and will be completed by 2017.
The Samsung Galaxy Note has debuted in Bahrain with a whole new selection of functions.
A top government official has announced the Kingdom's plans to build 63 new hospitals across the country, boosting service and quality medical care.
Crude oil futures rose to the highest level in five weeks on Monday as heightened tensions over unrest in eastern Ukraine fuelled concerns over potential supply disruptions.
Turkey's foreign debt increased $49.9 billion in 2013, breaking national records as the highest single-year increase in foreign debt in the history of the Turkish Republic.
The Bank has not lent any new money to Iran since 2005.
April 14, 2014
The first spot went to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which had 39 names on the list, while third went to the United Arab Emirates, which had 14.
The contracts mark the first mega project in the OPEC member's vital oil sector for 25 years.
Despite tense relations, Turkey is the top destination for Israelis this Passover, with 6,300 people planning to spend the holiday there