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The report added that 2014 can be labelled as the “beginning of stability and economic growth”.
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The two countries will sign 25 agreements primarily within the realms of energy and transport with 7 of them focusing on coal-powered plants
Health Minister Wael Abu Faour Tuesday ordered the closure of food and medicine storage warehouses at Beirut's airport, citing poor hygiene and expired items during an inspection.
Israeli Police have arrested more than 30 people in a probe of suspected illegal transfers of public money to NGOs.
Lebanese banks face no threat of any international penalties after the local lenders successfully complied with all anti-money laundering and other similar legislation, the chairman of the World Union of Arab Bankers said Tuesday.
The State will now require the companies to sell their holdings in one of the fields.
The power consumption reading meters in Sharjah will soon be replaced by smart meters to ensure that accurate readings are recorded.
Dubai held the global top spot for rental growth for the second consecutive quarter to September, recording a 12.4 per cent increase year-on-year, a report said. There is a marked third quarter slow-down.
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The Central Bank of Jordan (CBJ) on Sunday closed down a major currency exchange company for administrative and financial violations.
Project to provide technical and financial support to industrial facilities in line with environmental laws for pollution reduction
The Iraqi cabinet Tuesday approved a 123 trillion dinar ($103 billion) draft budget for 2015 which envisions a deficit of 23 trillion dinars, Finance Minister Hoshiyar Zebari said.
Energy demand in the UAE is growing at an annual rate of about 9 per cent — three times the global average — making nuclear energy a growing necessity in the country’s energy portfolio.
Previously, media had said the ministry was expected to make its 2015 budget statement on Monday afternoon
Gold prices pulled away from a three-week low on Tuesday, but still remained below the $1,200 threshold as the strong U.S. dollar continued to weigh on the precious metal.
The fall in oil prices is good news for the Egyptian government which in July slashed fuel subsidies, raising pump prices by up to 78 percent.