22 كانون الثاني/يناير 2015
Almost 44 per cent of CEOs in the Middle East said that they are ‘very confident’ that their company’s revenues will grow in the next 12 months,
Iran has entered into two partnerships with Chinese authorities in a move to set up an industrial park in the southern port city of Jask as well as expand cooperation in the agricultural sector, according to reports.
Hundreds of low-income Emirati families caught up in debt or unable to sustain their needs will be given new accommodation and have their needs addressed.
Losses from lower oil exports should sap up to $300 billion from economies of the Gulf Cooperation Council, the International Monetary Fund said on Wednesday.
21 كانون الثاني/يناير 2015
Iraq and Turkey have agreed to build a new natural gas pipeline, technical analysis on which will commence soon, a report said
Alderley, a leading engineering company operating in the oil, gas, petrochemical and water industry, has won a contract to supply nine oil metering systems and small volume provers for a project in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia is delaying by eight years its target of completing a clean-energy program that includes a $109 billion solar power project.
Organisers said the show has grown by four percent this year and was filled to capacity.
The price of OPEC's basket of twelve crudes stood at US$43.04 a barrel on Tuesday, compared with US$43.87 a barrel the previous day, according to OPEC Secretariat calculations.
Emirates was the UAE’s most positively perceived home-grown brand in 2014, according to a YouGov ranking.
In a period of worsening employment figures and slower growth, as well as widening global income inequality.
With 1.35 billion users of its Internet social network, Facebook would rank as the world’s second-most populous nation if it were a country.
“The country’s period of miraculous break-neck growth is over, but let’s get over it.”
Brent crude oil prices steadied around $49 a barrel on Tuesday after the International Monetary Fund cut its forecast for global economic growth in 2015 implying lower demand for fuel.
20 كانون الثاني/يناير 2015
Saudi Arabia can cope with low oil prices for "at least eight years", Saudi Arabia's minister of petroleum's former senior adviser has told the BBC.