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Mohammad Nahavandian pointed to Rouhani’s February 11 address among the rallying mass in Tehran that $3b of public money had been plundered.
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Russia's Lukoil announced this week that it is will to return to Iran to boost its investments in the country after the U.S. lifts its sanctions against Tehran.
The International Monetary Fund said this week that the future of Tehran's economy is positive and that the county will return to growth over the coming year.
The growth rate comes as Qatar gears up for the opening of Hamad International Airport “expected to redefine passengers’ experience”.
You don't have to just take our word for it: data shows Oman's tourism is exponentially on the rise.
Arabian Gulf pension funds are expected to double and reach $5 trillion by 2020.
Lebanese net proceeds from its oil wealth may "easily" exceed $600 billion, new data shows.
Kuwait has approved bids worth a total of $12 billion for major upgrades at two oil refineries, the state-run oil company said, in a sign it is moving ahead with large infrastructure projects.
UAE Ambassador to Belgium, said the achievement is a fruit of huge efforts exerted by the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs in line with the directives from Shaikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, UAE Foreign Minister.
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In order to diversify its energy production, the UAE has been stepping up its nuclear programme.
World oil demand will rise slightly more than expected in 2014, OPEC said on Wednesday, becoming the second major forecaster this week to predict higher fuel use as economic growth picks up in Europe and the United States.
According to a new Brooking report, the nature of the international community’s engagements in Egypt needs to be reexamined.
Saudi Arabia is losing $27 billion every year due to "deliberate stalling of construction projects by corrupt government officials."
Egypt's tourism sector has suffered dramatically with only 678,000 visitors in December 2013, representing a nearly 31 percent decrease from 2012 figures
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