November 28, 2012
The Egyptian stock exchange opened in the red on Wednesday after protests swept the country on Tuesday evening against President Morsi's constitutional edict, as investors worry over the stability of the country.
A man behind Apple Maps, that were widely criticized over various omissions and errors, has reportedly been ousted.
Morocco would rather pursue a strategic partnership for Royal Air Maroc (RAM), with an airline from one of the Gulf states or beyond, than sell a stake in its flag carrier, government ministers said late on Monday.
The Iraqi cabinet has granted 100,000 of crude oil to Jordan, which Jordan's government spokesman said that it showed the strength of ties between the two nations. It is estimated that Jordan uses 100,000 barrels of oil a day.
Prince Abdul Aziz bin Salman, assistant minister of petroleum and mineral resources, has cautioned against growing energy wastage in the Saudi Kingdom, saying 70 percent of the country’s electricity is used for air-conditioning.
Turkey’s loan to Egypt is contingent upon Egypt including Turkish companies in infrastructure projects and providing the Turkish government with expenditure reports, as pressure mounts over President Morsi's constitutional announcement.
nsortium including Samsung Engineering and Shanghai Electric have won an SR 11.3 billion deal to build a water desalination plant
Iran's embassy in Jordan categorically denied media reports alleging that Tehran has offered to supply free oil to Jordan following media reports.
November 27, 2012
Banks, currency exchange outlets, gold shops and most commercial venues on the outskirts of Cairo's Tahrir Square closed their doors on Tuesday in anticipation of the scheduled million-man march against the President Morsi's controversial decree.
Strong economic activity in the GCC has driven the growth of remittances, according to a new World Bank report, with the growth of remittances is expected to be stronger during 2013-15.
Russia has been helping Syria through its economic crisis caused by the grinding civil war, which has brought the economy to its knees. A Syrian airforce plane has flown 30 tonnes of banknotes, around 240m notes, to Damascus, new flight logs show.
Lebanon will record a steady inflow of remittances in 2012 despite recent instability in the region, according to the latest statistics released by the World Bank.
Just weeks after the UK's Prime Minister, David Cameron, visited Jordan, the country's trade envoy to the Kingdom has met with Jordan's PM Abdullah Ensour and talked up trade relations between the two kingdoms.
With global warming on the agenda in Doha, a timely reminder of the way climate change is affecting the world is the gas tanker that will be the first to cross the arctic for the first time, as rising temperatures have melted the ice.
Duabai's economy has performed well in the first half of this year, registering growth of 4.1 per cent, according official data., with foreign trade reaching 11.4 per cent.