July 1, 2014
Increasing dependence of the GCC states on oil revenues poses a rising credit risk, a new survey by S&P says.
Travel operators in Riyadh will increase the prices of weekend Umrah packages from SR90 ($23) per head to SR160 ($42) from Wednesday thanks to the influx of pilgrims during Ramadan.
The resumption of car exports to Russia comes at a time of greater openness to trade with Iran in the wake of an interim nuclear deal.
June 30, 2014
The collapse marks a continuation of the builder’s downward trend on the Dubai bourse
The government views the revival of the lake as a criterion for simultaneously reviving other bodies of water in the country, he added.
Monthly analysis by the economic division of the Israel Manufacturers Association presents worrying figures showing a continued decline in Israel's industrial exports
A high commission set up to develop the regulations ensuring retailers close at 9 p.m. has completed its task.
The value of the agreement is estimated at some $30 billion.
June 29, 2014
The Qatar Public Works Authority 'Ashghal' has awarded IBM the contract to provide a smarter road and drainage infrastructure in the gas-rich country.
Deloitte recently conducted a survey on family-owned businesses to assess two specific areas that have an impact on their companies’ operations and growth: governance and succession
Fund managers and analysts do not expect major movements and said investors have already been liquidating their positions before Ramadan.
The Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) on Saturday officially launched e-FAWATEERcom system to help citizens check and pay their bills electronically via different paying outlets.
The UAE and Oman opted out of the proposed monetary union before it was launched in 2010
Turkey ranks third among the countries with the highest levels of income inequality.
June 26, 2014
An official at the state-owned Electricite du Liban said Wednesday that power plants have been shut down to limit fuel consumption, warning