March 3, 2014
Dubai stocks have edged even lower this week after "four-day rally" of investor profits. So what is the reason for the downturn?!
GCC banks must better manage their capital and liquidity positions or face substantial shortfalls, according to a recent study by Booz & Company.
Around 277,000 guests checked into Abu Dhabi’s 149 hotels and hotel apartments in January this year, marking a 36 per cent increase on January 2013.
The five factors standing in the way of Saudis thinking of taking up employment in the private sector were revealed in a recent research and survey conducted by the Central Department of Statistics and Information (CDSI).
March 2, 2014
It's time for an interest rate war in emerging markets, and here's why Middle Eastern economies should take part
It seems we are witnessing an inflection toward a cycle of rising interest rates that will last for a couple of years, with tighter monetary policy gaining traction.
A presidential bid by General Al-Sisi would be “market-friendly” in the near future; however, assistance from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will still be needed for maintain macro stability, says Merrille Lynch.
U.S. imports of Lebanese goods has increased 28 percent since 2009 representing a total of more than $64 million in 2013 alone.
The news that Oman will produce a steady production of 750,000 barrels a day of oil for the next ten years is highlighting the challenges facing the economy on a long-term prospect.
“Economic crime in the region still continues to be a significant threat, affecting large and small organisations,” said Wilkinson.
Although confidence in the region is high, MENA’s private equity sector faces challenges in the structuring of investments due to gaps in the region’s legal and regulatory frameworks. However, there are still plenty of opportunities.
February 28, 2014
A February report saying that some 500,000 units have been built without government consent over the past three years.
The High Table dinner starts with a warm Arabian welcome and exclusive reception on the lower helipad deck.
February 27, 2014
Saudi Arabia is one of the most important countries when one talks about New Delhi’s unstated policy of Looking Mid-West.
UAE clothing imports were worth $960 million in 2013, and the Emirates is forecasted to lead the industry in the upcoming years.
In a dire economic outlook for Lebanon, Economy Minister Alain Hakim is telling Beirut to increase consumption to help revive the country's struggling economy.