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Egypt is to increase the size of its $4.8 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund, according to the country's planning minister.
Oman is set to move to a Friday-Saturday weekend, reducing the gap for businesses and large parts of the region.
Jordan's Labour Ministry issued 475 warnings over workplace violations, the minister responsible revealed yesterday.
Saudi Arabia announced a three-month grace period for migrant workers facing deportation.
A power ship loaned to Lebanon from Turkey is providing an extra two hours of electricity to the country, famously struggling with power-cuts.
Egypt's Net International Reserves (NIR) fell by around $84 million in March, the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) has announced.
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Eighty per cent of Arab banks are in a position to meet new international regulations on the level of reserves they need to hold while all banks in Bahrain meet these standards, said a top official.
Rosneft, Russia's state-backed energy company, and the US-based ExxonMobil are to jointly bid for contracts on Lebanese offshore oil and gas.
Saudi Arabia has launched a clampdown on illegal workers in a bid to create more jobs for its citizens.
Libyan oil authorities, in coordination with foreign oil companies, are investigating the cause of blast that occurred on Tuesday night.
Arab countries must pursue economic and political reforms and improve their infrastructure in order to strengthen their economies, the head of the World Union of Arab Bankers said Wednesday.
Trading volumes on the Amman Stock Exchange (ASE) hit a record level on Wednesday due to the internal transfer of Arab Bank shares held by Lebanon's Hariri family.
Egypt’s government expects an agreement on a $4.8 billion loan from the IMF within weeks, as protestors gathered in Cairo to oppose the deal.
Up to a million liters of smuggled low-quality gasoline has been pouring into Lebanon from Syria on a daily basis since mid-March, industry sources claim.
Apple is planning to begin production of a new iPhone similar in shape and size to its latest version, the Wall Street Journal reported yesterday.