February 3, 2013
Women in the Gulf could own more than 50 percent of the region’s wealth, according to Shaikha Hessa Al Sabah, Chairperson of the Board of Arab Women Business Council.
Tehran saw oil exports rise in December, largely due to a loophole in Western sanctions which allows it to ship crude to Asian buyers."
January 31, 2013
Blackberry, formerly RIM, launched their new phone in an effort to boost the flagging company, but will users in the UAE have have access to one of the latest features on the handset?
Economists and business leaders have urged Jordan's new parliament to focus on the Kingdom's struggling economy.
Digital entrepreneurs in the Middle East must find new, innovative, ways to ensure they can still keep reaping the rewards of a weightless economy.
Lebanon's offshore gas supplies could be higher than thought, after a new 3-D survey by a prospecting company indicated larger than expected deposits.
The operator of Abu Dhabi's five airports has reported a 24 per cent increase in its Duty Free retail outlets, as passenger spend per head increases.
January 30, 2013
A focus on managerial roles is a contributing factor behind falling Emirati unemployment rate.
Middle East countries are high on the agenda at the meeting in Switzerland.
Egypt's tourism sector hit hard by wave of violence in the capital Cairo and other cities, although most touristic sites remain trouble-free.
Israel to cut defense sector spending to reduce budget deficit. Finance Minister told Reuters there are no plans to further raise taxes.
Efforts showcased in highly developed infrastructure that match those in advanced countries.
January 29, 2013
8,000 Jordanians applied for a new a scheme to help boost employment rates in the country, as the government also announces that it will enforce new regulations regarding women and childcare.
Ratings agency Standard and Poor's has uprated the outlook on Bahrain's economy from 'negative' to 'stable', as the economy stabilises, helped by a buoyant hydrocarbon industry.
The world over, the printed media is struggling against the tide of digitisation, but Yemeni newspapers are also facing the orders of the former regime that was toppled in 2011.