1 كانون الأول/ديسمبر 2013
Saudi Prince Saud Bin Abdullah opened a $100 million technology center in Bangalore, India this weekend. The new center, which is part of Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC), will be used for R&D in sectors ranging from construction and clean energy to electronics and transportation.
Undeterred by the uncertain global market dynamics, the Islamic finance industry is set to explode in key markets around the world.
A recent report released by a Canadian public policy think tank suggests that Bahrain, Jordan and the UAE have the highest levels of economic freedom in the region.
Some flights will be operated from the new airport on a “trial” basis after the soft opening,
28 تشرين الثاني/نوفمبر 2013
Qatar's tourism is on the rise with the average hotel occupancy rate rose up to 7 percent in third quarter of 2013 alone.
UAE airline Etihad Airways will expand its flights between Abu Dhabi and Melbourne starting in December.
Qatar granted the Palestinian Authority (PA) $150 million to help its economy Wednesday according to reports from Thursday.
ICT leaders globally are discussing how that the "changing face" of cloud, big data and storage, may affect enterprises and networks in the Middle East.
UAE announced Wednesday that it will participate in the World Trade Organization's December meeting in Bali.
Since he took office in August, Rouhani has made improving the country’s economy a priority.
27 تشرين الثاني/نوفمبر 2013
Dubai is the first city in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region to host the World Expo, the highly celebrated international exhibition, the third largest global non-commercial event, following the Olympic Games and the Fifa World Cup.
His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum launched a $1.4 billion housing initiative Tuesday to benefit 10,000 citizens.
EU's bilateral grant funds to Jordan for 2011-2013 now exceed 330 million euros with Tuesday's announcement that the European Parliament has approved another 180 million euro package for Jordan.
Turkey has received backing for Izmir’s Expo 2020 bid from 60 countries, and is confident of winning the bid, the country’s transport minister Binali Yıldırım was quoted as saying by Turkish media.
Qatar's telecommunications firm, Ooredoo launched its first sukuk Tuesday. The Islamic bond is worth $1.25 billion and will have a profit rate of 3.039 percent.