January 29, 2014
Energy markets are now most at risk from a supply shock
. Turkey’s central bank refrained from raising benchmark rates this week, fueling concern that it will be difficult to finance current-account deficits.
January 28, 2014
Seventy per cent of water loss in Jordan is due to theft and illegal usage, according to the Ministry of Water and Irrigation.
A new initiative in the UAE called Ro'Ya is creating new opportunities for Arab women entrepreneurs to expand their businesses in the Middle East.
The healthy regional economy, along with high oil prices, is setting the bar high for GCC bank performance in 2014, according to analysts.
Jordan has a variety of tourism products that offer visitors different experiences, but they need better promotion.
With $2.46 TRILLION to be spent on oil, gas, and water projects, what will the future Middle East look like?
Whether it’s Morocco’s offshore potential, the rebuilding of Libya’s oil and gas fields, the massive ramp-up in crude production in Iraq, or implementation of the world’s largest refinery programme in Kuwait, there are opportunities for everyone in this $50 billion-a-year market
January 27, 2014
British Airways expects Middle East business to remain buoyant this year powered by the momentum gained towards the end of last year.
Resource-rich in every way: How Gulf states can transform their countries into sustainable economies
Using their strong economic base, the Gulf states can use "their prosperity and the opportunity to be early adopters of potentially transformative sustainable technologies" to develop their countries and economies into sustainable models.
Jordanian women's contribution to the country's economy has remained at the same stagnant level since 1993.
Arabreneur, a new accelerator program that invests in startups, has dispersed $440,000 to four high growth Palestinian companies this week.
"Many companies have come to Israel via Davos," Peres told "Globes" in an exclusive interview.
Most of these schemes have failed in the past and can only be successful when accompanied by wage reforms and skill match up by locals, says new study.
January 26, 2014
A flurry of visits by global energy leaders to Riyadh, once again brought into limelight the growing global shale output and its geopolitical and economic impact on this oil rich region.
The United Nations urged Jordan and Lebanon in 2014 to increase higher GDP growth in 2014 to cope with influx of Syrian refugees.