April 14, 2013
Qatar’s travel market is expected to grow steadily from $5.4 billion in 2012 to $7.7 billion in 2014, signifying a healthy economy backed by government spending on tourism development.
Unemployment, especially amongst the youth of the MENA region, is a problem facing almost every government, but what lays behind it and what can be done to fix it?
A Dubai-based company has started manufacturing large trailers and oil tankers that will help reduce the UAE’s dependence on imported trailers and tankers.
Schools in Saudi Arabia that break regulations are being threatened with power and water being cut off.
Qatar's government spending for the coming financial year is expected to be $ 66 billion, leaving the oil-rich state a budget surplus of $8 billion.
April 11, 2013
Iranian tourism flights to Egypt were recently suspended after protests by Egyptian religious conservatives concerned about spread of Shiism, by the north African country's PM is looking positively on the situation.
Following Saudi Arabia's decision to deport migrant workers without correct documentation, migrant workers are returning to the streets.
HORECA, the pride of the food industry's calendar, currently being held in Lebanon, is showing string signs of resilience despite regional turmoil.
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is witnessing the fastest growth in the aviation sector, higher than the global average growth rate.
While oil may be the main source of income for many nations, the tourism industry is poised to overtake it very soon, a minister from South America said in Abu Dhabi.
April 10, 2013
Morocco's Prime Minister Benkirane’s government needs to take significant action to satisfy a young population that is demanding wide-ranging reforms, writes Bassam Aoun.
A study prepared by the International Labour Organisation (ILO), which was revealed on Tuesday, showed that the highest rates of human trafficking were registered in the Middle East.
The utilities sector has remained a key ingredient to the success of the UAE economy for more than four decades as the country’s leadership has ensured uninterrupted power supply to its residents and business establishments.
The deputy director of the Middle East and Central Asia department at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Edward Jameel warns that it will be near impossible for Sudan to secure debt relief, despite reforms.
Lebanon’s GDP is expected to grow at 1.4 percent in 2013 in the face of mostly poor economic indicators, according to a report by global bank HSBC.