May 5, 2014
The demand for water has prompted the government to sign several contracts worth billions of dollars to establish new desalination facilities in the Kingdom.
The National Committee for International Education at the Saudi Council of Chambers expects that 500 international schools across the Kingdom will close down by next year.
Jordan faces a number of economic issues ranging from poverty and high unemployment to severe levels of public debt. The country's tourism sector, however, may be one of many ways to solve the country's economic woes.
Dubai is aiming to be the most visited city in the world by 2020, and here is what the emirate is doing to make sure they not only reach, but surpass this goal over the next six years.
May 4, 2014
5 investment projects have been approved on the Red Sea coast.
Priority to economic considerations may open the door to fix political differences in the Arab world
It is about time for the leaders to give priority to economic considerations, which may open the door to sort out political differences.
Domestic gas requirements are set to expand rapidly over the next few years as Oman’s industrial base expands and as the utilities sector grows to keep pace with rising demand for water and electricity.
Qatar's property market is growing significantly on a quarter-to-quarter basis, most recently reporting a 29 percent increase in the number of transactions in the last quarter.
Omanis are flocking to the UAE for their shopping needs, but is their spending behaviors abroad hurting their own country's economy?
May 2, 2014
Sharjah is leaving no stone unturned in its quest to be a diverse economic hub and investment destination of choice. But can it do so in Dubai’s ever expanding shadow?
The city of Paris hosted an exclusive event organized by Renault for its dealership owners. The operation gathered Chairmen and CEO’s from the Middle East region together.
Though Nassef Sawiris predicts Egypt’s turbulence will continue until the summer, he says there are sectors right now that are still attracting investors.
May 1, 2014
Ahead of Expo 2020, the Middle East's biggest industrial, residential and commercial community is expanding. Good quality housing and reliability is the reason why.
In recent years, Turkey has witnessed a surge in high investment from the Gulf Region.
April 30, 2014
Egypt's subsidies account for 14 percent of it's $250 billion GDP and can't be sustained. Something has to be done before the country dips further into a financial crisis.