March 28, 2013
Arab economists and financial analysts are optimistic that investors in the Middle East will be able to avoid most of the fallout from the Cypriot bail-out.
As the Syrian civil war grinds on into its third year, the country's economy continues to suffer as the government looks to so-called 'BRICS' nations to garner some support for trade and goods.
Apple is on a recruitment drive to boost staff at its “secret” corporate office in Abu Dhabi, the existence of which the US technology giant had not formally acknowledged until Wednesday.
Egypt’s government will reach a reconciliation agreement with a number of real-estate developers soon, despite concerns over corruption.
Gulf banks, despite being profitable across the region, still could do plenty to improve their operations, according to leading industry experts.
Owners of food establishments across Dubai have said that the Dubai Municipality’s Food Code will undoubtedly raise their annual expenditure as they scramble to readjust their menus as per the new regulations.
March 27, 2013
New media, greatly lauded during the so-called 'Arab Spring', is facing challenges in Syria as the traditional media battles it out with new forms of communication.
Emirates and Qantas airlines have been cleared by Australia's authorities for a crucial link-up that proves the Dubai-based carrier's role in the industry.
Two years after Egypt's January 25 Revolution, the stock market remains weak and 'undesirable' for future investors due to political and economic uncertainty.
Kuwait should develop its tourism sector and hospitality industry to attract more international visitors or lose them forever, a leading expert has said.
Dubai International passenger numbers continued to soar in February, up to over five million passenger per year, the latest statistics reveal.
Investment opportunities are highly attractive in Saudi Arabia, UAE and Qatar as international investors benefit from a range of stable factors, according to industry experts.
March 26, 2013
The Egyptian Revolution has failed to bring opportunity for all
Resistance to using remote workers could be holding back business.
March 25, 2013
Arabic businesses and internet users can take pride in no longer having to rely on the universal English worded domain names for the web activity. The global regulator of web addresses - the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) - has officially approved شبكة. (.shabaka in Arabic - translates to .web in English).