February 16, 2014
The Oxford-educated British expatriate, who worked in banking in Kuwait in the 1950s, was appointed as the financial adviser of Sheikh Rashid in 1960.
Saudi Arabia is claiming that land shortages are the reason it has been unable to implement over 220 new health projects throughout the Kingdom.
Morocco's Royal Family decided to divest its extensive holdings in Cosumar, the country's sole sugar industry operator.
Transport Minister Lina Shbeeb and her Iraqi counterpart Hadi Al Amiri on Saturday weathered the liquidation of the Iraqi Jordanian Land Transport Company with a determination to boost economic and commercial integration in various fields.
Egypt’s government has signed three new oil and gas exploration agreements, hoping to bring a total of $265 million worth of investments into the country’s energy sector.
U.S. President Barack Obama pledged Friday to give Jordan $1 billion in loan guarantees and renew its five-year-aid package.
South Korea's crude imports from Iran fell 51 percent in January from a month earlier.
The UAE is set to double its spending on homeland security from $5.5 billion to more than $10 billion in the next 10 years
More than 100 aircraft representing a range of models from ultra-light to heavy business jets, including the VIP AirBus corporate jet and the TBM 850, will be on hand.
February 14, 2014
Mohammad Nahavandian pointed to Rouhani’s February 11 address among the rallying mass in Tehran that $3b of public money had been plundered.
February 13, 2014
Russia's Lukoil announced this week that it is will to return to Iran to boost its investments in the country after the U.S. lifts its sanctions against Tehran.
The International Monetary Fund said this week that the future of Tehran's economy is positive and that the county will return to growth over the coming year.
The growth rate comes as Qatar gears up for the opening of Hamad International Airport “expected to redefine passengers’ experience”.
You don't have to just take our word for it: data shows Oman's tourism is exponentially on the rise.
Arabian Gulf pension funds are expected to double and reach $5 trillion by 2020.