June 10, 2014
Buildings springing up in the densely populated Nile Delta result in loss of farmland and potential damage to irrigation systems.
Dubai has become home to one of the strongest real estate markets internationally.
Qatar’s public transportation company Mowasalat plans to more than double its current fleet of taxis by the time the 2022 World Cup comes around, a senior official has said.
The government has allocated around $850 million from the Gulf Cooperation Council grant to start vital transport projects.
Last month, the OPEC member's government warned that spending outpaced revenues and this could lead to a budgetdeficit in 2017/2018 after years of surpluses.
The Italian firms’ interest in Abu Dhabi market shows growing appittite among government, corporate and individual clients to get the best out of innovators.
June 9, 2014
Ethiopian Foreign Minister Tedros Adhanom has invited Egypt's newly-inaugurated President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi to visit his country, Al-Ahram's Arabic news website reported.
A complaint has been lodged against a real estate firm for allegedly taking a slice out of transaction fees being collected for the government by doubling the charge to clients.
In 2009, a joint Iran-Venezuela oil company was established to build a refinery in Syria with a capacity to refine 140,000 barrels of crude oil per day.
Iran plans to boost annual petrochemical output to 180 million tons from around 60 million tons currently.
He noted that the RTA raised the flexible working hours policy three years ago, but it was put on hold because traffic flow was smooth at that time.
Thousands of Syrian refugees who are currently being employed in different sectors across Turkey may finally receive their work permits from the government.
Militants disguised as police guards armed with machine guns reportedly stormed the airport Sunday night. There are 23 dead, including all of the militants, according to reports.
June 8, 2014
But Hamas has been unable to pay most of its workers for several months, after severe pressure from neighbouring Egypt strangled its cash flow.
Sony has become the first World Cup sponsor to call for a probe into accusations that bribes were paid to secure the 2022 tournament for Qatar.