February 27, 2014
“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.
Dubai Airport's Freezone Authority saw a 42 percent increase in its revenues last year.
With the recent resignation of Egypt's government, Cairo's current reshuffling may affect investment practices and business in new ways.
General Shaikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and Japan’s Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, on Wednesday witnessed the signing ceremony of a number of agreements and Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs).
“We have engineered a new strategy to stabilise the company and restore our customers’ confidence in BlackBerry,” said John Chen, executive chairman and CEO at BlackBerry.
The show has attracted more international and local exhibitors’ participation than ever before with over 170 companies showcasing latest innovations and development in the aviation sector.
In 2013, Alwaleed announced that he was severing ties with the Forbes Billionaires list.
February 26, 2014
Bahrain is planning to model Singapore's hi-tech farming system that reduces reliance on imported food with very few land and water resources.
Dubai International Airport reported a monthly record of 6.4 million passengers in January.
Lexus announced this week that sales in the Middle East increased nearly 20 percent in 2013.
Palestinians in the Gaza Strip are now turning to solar power as they grapple with energy shortages.
Downtown Beirut’s office space ranked the 24th most expensive in the world in 2013, according to a report from consultant firm Cushman and Wakefield.
Executive business jet buyers in the Middle East will continue to hold significant purchasing power in 2014 as traditional markets in Europe and North America look to bounce back.
Sudan's ministry of foreign affairs has disclosed that Sudanese financial assets amounting to $48.2 million are frozen in the United States under decade-long sanctions imposed by Washington on Khartoum.