January 5, 2014
A trip to Iran could include visiting Tehran, Shiraz, Esfahan and Persepolis, at least. So what do you think, a 2014 tourist hotspot?
Large numbers of Saudi businessmen expressed interest in investing in Egypt during the association’s launch party last Thursday.
Market instabilities and political turmoil in the Middle East may limit the growth of the life sciences sector in the region, particularly in terms of pharamaceutical, biotechnology and medical technology companies.
Saudi Arabia's agricultural company Iktifaa is investing in Sudan's agriculture industry to produce grain and cattle feed.
Saudi Arabia's new Jeddah airport construction will be completed by year's end.
Nakheel's future plans include a revised Palm Deira figures on the radar.
Qatar’s economic growth accelerated at a buoyant 6.2 percent pace in Q3 2013 compared with Q3 2012, according to figures released by the Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics.
It is the first time that Fitch upgrades Egypt's economic outlook since 25 January revolution.
Turkish consumer prices rose 0.46% month-on-month in December.
January 2, 2014
With an EVW there is no requirement to provide biometrics, attend a visa application centre or hand in passports prior to travel.
Jeddah is holding its third annual shopping festival from January 10 until February 8. More than one million people are expected to attend.
Officials from Jordan, Egypt and Iraq recently met to discuss ways in which the three countries can boost transportation cooperation, including the proposed construction of a tri-country rail network.
Saudi Arabian airlines will privatise four of its major sectors in 2014.
Islamic finance will grow with rapid pace in the year 2014 and its volume will pass through $2 trillion.
Confusion reigns among travel agents and passengers of RAK Airways after the low-cost airline announced the suspension of all operations from January 1.