November 20, 2014
Internet platforms like Facebook, Google and Amazon are developing banking products that will probably become future foreign competition for the UAE banking sector.
29,400 people, or 1.4 per cent of Qatar’s population, are estimated to be working as slaves, in forced labour or domestic servitude, a report said on Monday.
While the year 2014 began with expectations of higher growth, higher yields and higher stocks, it is ending with the reality of lower inflation, lower yields and higher stocks
November 19, 2014
Yet as an employee, being fearless is not obviously an advantage. It means the usual levers don’t work on you any more.
November 18, 2014
Libya was one of the Arab world’s leading oil exporters after Colonel Gaddafi’s bloodless coup in 1969
The halal industry and the certification bodies seem to have missed the boat on cross contamination challenges for halal certified products
Officials from all levels of government took measures Monday to try to regulate the food industry, in response to the ongoing food scandal that has gripped the country since last week.
India’s role as a top labor supplier means its drive cannot be totally ignored by recruiters, and it could have a big impact in some countries and industries.
Soaring costs of housing and education have offset Dubai’s tax-free benefits that traditionally lures most expats to settle down in the emirate, a new study has found.
November 17, 2014
Qatar rose up the rank from 96th place on previous list to the fourth position in the latest index.
Emirates airline, Dubai Airports and the aviation sector as a whole contributed $26.7 billion to the economy of Dubai in 2013.
The Omani government has opted to manage its crude oil reserves by limiting production, shifting its focus to diversifying its economy
The forces at work are more likely to be permanent rather than temporary and cyclical, suggesting low and/or a downward trend for oil and gas prices.
November 16, 2014
MENA non-sovereign debt capital markets make up a small part of financial markets but then again, have potential to replace private sector funding as an alternative source.
Manufacturing is becoming one of the fastest growing industries in the Kingdom, with an average growth rate of 7.5 percent, according to a recent report.