Economy & Trade
April 23, 2014
Egypt’s government has faced 37 cases worth LE100 billion ($14.3 billion) brought by investors in both international and domestic arbitration centres in the three years since the 2011 uprising,
“This revised form will enable Jordanian trading companies to strengthen their competitive edge in both domestic and international markets,” the statement said.
April 21, 2014
Qatar is expected to have a GDP of $230 billion by this fiscal year's end.
DP World has inaugurated the largest and latest container inspection facility at its flagship Jebel Ali Port in Dubai.
Economic growth in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region will remain largely influenced by oil prices and supply dynamics in the oil industry
April 20, 2014
Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry left for Azerbaijan capital Baku on Sunday to participate in a CEO Roundtable Discussion on Retail and Franchising.
Saudi Arabia ranks in the top four countries for military spending globally, according to a new report released out of Stockholm this week.
DP World announced today its participation in the leading recruitment, training and education exhibition, Careers UAE 2014.
April 17, 2014
Families in Abu Dhabi households reportedly spend an average of $1,498 on landlines and mobile phones while $1,004 is spent on education.
Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi announced today that phase one of its massive Kizad Logistics Parkhas now been completed and warehouse units are being handed over to tenants.
April 16, 2014
Consumer Confidence grew by 10 percent in 2013 according to the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development.
The Qatari government has pledged an estimated $182 billion into infrastructure, focussing on eco-friendly green building over next five years.
The expansion of relations with the Islamic Republic, which enjoys high status in the region, is one of the UAE’s priorities, said Sheikh Mohammad.
April 15, 2014
Food, lifestyle and products manufactured under Islamic law are expected to be worth $2.48 trillion in the next four years due to increasing demand and a growing Muslim population.
A top government official has announced the Kingdom's plans to build 63 new hospitals across the country, boosting service and quality medical care.