December 26, 2013
Higher prices and improved demand outlook are expected to increase the 2014 year-on-year earnings of top 10 Saudi Arabian petrochemical companies.
Business representatives and private sector workers have failed to establish a minimum wage in talks that have ended in stalemate.
The contract “is the first ever for oil and gas exploration in Syria’s waters,” head of the General Petroleum Company Ali Abbas told AFP.
Turkey’s main stock index fell 4.2 percent to 66,096.57, adding to heavy losses from last week.
December 25, 2013
In the days immediately after the win, asking prices at some of the emirate’s emergent freehold master-developments have seen an appreciable spike.
Bond issuance from the Gulf Arab region is set to surge next year on the back of heavy infrastructure spending and refinancing needs.
Bahrain announced Tuesday that it will "gradually raise" its national diesel fuel selling price to "reduce [the country's] heavy subsidy burden."
The Labor Ministry said on Tuesday that it was collecting information from Saudi and expat workers about working atmosphere in the Kingdom and problems facing them at places of work, through a questionnaire
December 24, 2013
At least 45,000 South Sudanese civilians have sought protection at badly overstretched UN bases amid brutal fighting that has spread to half of the young nation’s 10 states, the United Nations said Tuesday
Some fund managers think a pull-back is likely in the near term since Dubai has risen so sharply.
Dana Gas received $53 million from the Egyptian Government Tuesday as part of its outstanding receivable from Cairo worth $330 million.
Saudi International Motor Show (SIMS) will take place from Dec. 24-29 at the Jeddah Center for Forums and Events.
Dubai's new online portal for real estate attractions, eMart, already visited by 29,000 customers, has attracted hundreds of investors and real estate firms in its first month since its launch in November.
Qatar will award contracts amounting to $200 billion until 2030 for construction projects and related development in the tiny Gulf country.
The average cost of construction labor fell 6.5 per cent month-on-month in November 2013.