Economy & Trade
August 18, 2013
The Daily News Egypt spoke to a number of Egyptian economists to explore how the economy will be affected by the recent political turmoil and resulting violence.
The banks appear to be in a healthy condition and the government’s fiscal position is strong enough that it can respond to any sharp deterioration in the economy by ramping up spending.
The 35 existing lounges on the Emirates network will be refurbished according to the new design in a phased plan during the next 18-24 months.
August 17, 2013
Professional job opportunities across the United Arab Emirates increased by 6% between Q2 2012 and Q2 2013 according to a new survey by recruitment specialist Morgan McKinley.
August 15, 2013
There is a rapidly growing student accommodation in Turkey due to its booming young population and increased household income.
It's time to steer the conventional investing mentality towards Jordan's underprivileged governorates. A new economic and social reform agenda is now at play in Jordan.
Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry study states that the UAE is expected to pursue its diversification programme through large-scale investments in the manufacturing sector.
August 14, 2013
Monday’s blaze also tore through three yards in Industrial Area five before it was contained eight hours later, an official said.
A survey looks at 214 cities across five continents and judges over 200 factors in each location, including transport, food, clothing, household goods and entertainment. Housing often accounts for the biggest expense for expatriates and is thus a decisive item behind the results.
August 13, 2013
Saudi Arabia ranks top in the volume of assets of sovereign wealth funds (SWFs) among the GCC countries at $641 billion.
The nominee for the post of industry minister reported that Iran needs annual domestic and foreign investment of about $300 billion until 2015. Would such a target be attainable?
August 12, 2013
Foreign direct investment in Tunisia fell by 1.3 percent in the first half of 2013, official data showed on Saturday, a likely reflection of political strife in the north African state.
Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry,in partnership with Thomson Reuters, is organizing the first ‘Global Islamic Economy Summit’ in Dubai on November 25 and 26,2013.
Eid is the 'peak business season' for traders of different commodities, this year brought a 'big surprise' to business owners, as the number of customers was far less than what they had earlier expected.
Abu Dhabi and Dubai indices fell on Sunday, the first day after the long Eid holiday weekend, amid a drop in trading volumes and a dry news spell globally at the end of last week.