June 14, 2012
The largest proportion of storage hardware spending is centered around a few key countries that have a high adoption rate of the latest data center technologies, such as South Africa, Turkey, Israel, UAE, Egypt, Nigeria and Saudi Arabia.
The Lebanese economy is on the way to recovery, Economy Minister Nicolas Nahas said Wednesday.
Divisions within OPEC signal the group will probably keep its crude production ceiling unchanged today as falling prices limit Saudi Arabia's ability to justify a higher quota.
Gold headed for the longest rally since January trading above $1610 indicating $1630.
International sanctions have forced Iran’s industrial and trade sectors to change the way they do business, according to exhibitors taking part in the “Made in Iran” expo which kicked off in Beirut Wednesday.
June 13, 2012
The government was taking all concrete steps to meet the Kingdom's cement demand through co-ordination with parties concerned, including those outside, particularly in Saudi.
Financial inflows to Lebanon saw a significant increase over the first four months of 2012. But the growth was still not enough to cover the trade deficit.
Bahrain's construction sector could be devastated with the loss of more than 3,500 jobs because contractors have not been paid by a real estate developer.
Apple has waged the international patent war since 2010, part of its attempt to limit growth of Android, which last year established its dominance as the world's best-selling mobile operating platform.
Old’s behavior since Q3 last year resembles a risk asset – regardless of price, gold should form part of long-term portfolio plans.
Given the prevailing political uncertainties for more than a year, the ongoing economic stagnation means the economic pie is not growing, this is making insurers compete for a slice of the same pie.
June 12, 2012
GCC banks as a whole registered a growth of 15.8 percent in 2011.
Four out of five women professionals in the UAE have taken on more responsibility to advance their career prospects, according to a survey by Accenture.
The survey, released today (12 June), shows that Abu Dhabi has fallen nine places over the last year, to rank at 76, and Dubai in turn has fallen 13 spots to position 94.
A look at the effects of the Eurocrisis in concert with social and political unrest on the Middle Eastern economy.