March 17, 2013
With almost half of Yemen's population facing difficulties feeding themselves, restaurants in the capital city, Sana'a are finding ways to ensure nothing goes to waste.
European Parliament threatens to halt funds to Egypt, citing Port Said death sentences, human rights violations, and lack of political consensus in Egypt.
Lebanese banks are regularly updating the lists of individuals and groups with suspected links to terrorist organizations in line with strict U.S. and European measures to combat terrorist funding, the secretary-general of the Association of Banks in Lebanon said Friday.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) will be making its debut in Saudi Arabia on Sunday through a “strategic partnership” with the Jeddah Economic Forum (JEF).
March 14, 2013
The Middle East region’s expenditure on Information Technology (IT) is projected to hit $192.9 billion in 2013, registering a 5.5 per cent increase from last year.
Egypt was last year's worse performer when it comes to budget transparency, according to new survey highlighting dramatic regression in post-revolution period.
Following a rise in the cost of gas cylinders in Yemen, traders are complaining that the increase in price is harming their ability to turn a profit.
Ali Hassan Khalil, Lebanon’s health minister, stated recently that Egyptian medical products would be given a high priority within the Lebanese market.
Already struggling with limited water resources and land degradation, farmers in Lebanon are likely to face additional challenges coping with the effects of climate change.
The UAE, a major player in the global energy market, is investing heavily to ensure that there is enough oil to power Asia’s major economies.
March 13, 2013
Since public sector workers started industrial action over the long running debate over a proposed pay increase, Lebanese citizens have faced difficulty in accessing government services.
With fighting continuing across Syria in the run up the the second anniversary, Syrian Kurds are hoping to find more lucrative oil reserves.
Industry insiders attribute recent shortages of several vital pharmaceutical products to Egypt's stringent system of price controls coupled with recent devaluation of local currency.
Tunisians can unite over a shared desire for better security and increased employment, a leading expert of the North African country says.
The delegations of Sudan and South Sudan in the Ethiopian capital. Addis Ababa, agreed on Tuesday to allow for the resumption of oil exports that were suspended last year.