March 9, 2014
A new report released this week projects that the world's wealthiest will spend more on luxurious goods in 2014, representing key investment opportunities for Qatar, UAE and Saudi Arabia who top the "Luxury Opportunity Index."
UAE's Marka announced this week that it is planning an initial public offering on the UAE stock market after receiving preliminary approval from the country's Securities and Commodities Authority.
March 6, 2014
Qatar airways will launch daily flights to Tokyo starting in mid-June this year.
Gulf investors are in talks with a British firm to develop the next era of supersonic jets that would move passengers from New York to London within...2 hours!
Abu Dhabi is aiming to become a "global aerospace hub that provides an end product to plane manufacturers," according to manufacturing executives based in the UAE.
A UAE move will boost India’s ambitious project of establishing 5.03 million metric tonnes (MMT) strategic crude oil storages.
Amazon’s customer feedback feature is considered of high importance for Arabian Oud as it plays a major role in attracting new customers
Iran sits on the world’s largest gas reserves, according to estimates by BP, and Iranian energy officials have boasted for years about becoming a top gas exporter soon.
The effects on the economies of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries would be negative to neutral under an adverse scenario in which oil prices decline to $90 per barrel (pb) by 2020
March 5, 2014
The tunnels’ closure has meant losses of millions of dollars in tax income for the Hamas government.
He said another revolution, in the national mentality, was required to pull the economy up warning that “if we do nothing, there could be a catastrophe”.
Malaysia is aiming to increase medical tourism from the UAE between 15-20 percent in 2014.
UAE-based Bee'ah introduced the region's first solar-powered water surface cleaning boats in Sharjah.
Hotels in Dubai attracted over 11 million guests in 2013, representing a 10.6 per cent increase (or more than one million guests) over 2012.
The high dividends paid by Lebanese banks are among the reasons for the rising demand for stocks of local lenders.