May 25, 2014
Last month, Dubai had been named as one of the top 25 places to go worldwide in the Traveller Choice Awards 2014 by TripAdvisor.
oreign visitors to Iran are the most visible effect of President Hassan Rohani’s drive to mend ties with the US and Europe.
Such is the variety of people living and working in the Gulf that there will be mixed perceptions of the international value of their dollar-linked wealth and earnings these days.
The research is clear, the CEO effect impacts organisational performance.
A Syrian entrepreneur has developed an app to disseminate all available refugee services for Syrians in countries such as Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt and Turkey.
The shale revolution is still far from over.
May 24, 2014
New report finds banks and property developers in the UAE are more conservative and better prepared this time round.
May 23, 2014
A total of 867 senior managers across the GCC were surveyed to analyse the leading cause of employee accidents within the workspace, as well as the major causes of occupational health issues.
Who said talking doesn't amount to anything? Middle East's telecommunications industry to hit $96 billion
The telecommunication market in Middle East and North Africa is set to grow at an average of 2.9 per cent to reach $96 billion in 2018, said a report.
May 22, 2014
Average of 663 cubic metres of water allocated per person; amount expected to drop below 582 cubic metres by 2025.
May 21, 2014
The presidential candidate announced his platform on his official website on Tuesday. The platform has been removed hours after it had been posted on the website.
"It was already an expensive place to be but now it’s dreadfully expensive to live in Sudan. Even compared to Beirut. Beirut is a cheap city compared to Khartoum.”
Social media is actively competing with conventional media as a primary source of news for millions of Arabs.
The programme's founders hope that the simple gift of the tools of a trade can help get those who would otherwise depend on aid back on their feet.
"The problem is a time bomb," said Mahmoud El-Sherbiny