February 5, 2013
Lebanon's Central Bank is aiming to boost the country's embattled real estate market as it works to improve credit facilities to potential homeowners in the Cedar nation.
Kuwait's trade surplus increased to $23.4 billion in the third quarter of 2012, but remained lower than the record high recorded in the first quarter of the fiscal year.
Days of street battles between protesters and security forces are starting to take their toll of the local businesses near the Egyptian Presidential Palace in Cairo.
Libya is looking eastwards to gain more Gulfi investment in the post-Gaddafi country, according to the country's oil minister , Abdelbari al-Aarusi.
Experts at the MENA economic conference in the UAE said yesterday that the region and the European Union needs greater cooperation for a sustainable future.
The MENA region needs to spend $.43 trillion on infrastructure, experts said at an economic conference in the UAE yesterday.
February 4, 2013
Banking institutions in the GCC are major players in acquisitions of rivals in the MENA and European regions, according the ratings agency Standard and Poors.
Revolution came to the streets of Egypt two years ago, but what hopes are there for revolutionary economics in the face of fiscal malaise ?
A two-day economic forum opened in Sharjah in the UAE yesterday and discussed the relationship between the west and the GCC.
Journalists in Jordan are eschewing freedom of information laws to gain access to official documents, preferring more traditional methods.
The healthy growth rate of business activity in Saudi Arabia's non-oil private sector eased slightly in January, a survey showed on Monday.
February 3, 2013
Fujairah Cement, Union Properties and Arkan were among the losers in the latest index trade figures.
Lebanon’s Economic Committees (ECs), which represent private sector interests and employers, have revealed their hostile attitudes to civil rights and basic freedoms.
Saudi Arabia remains the most prominent producer in the global petrochemical industry.
The tiny Gulf state's economy will continue to exhibit a slow but steady recovery after the crash of 2009, government figures suggest.