May 16, 2012
The new Companies Law will add value and attract investments with large capital requirements into the country.
Essentially, the source said, U.S. passport holders banking in the Lebanese system will be asked to sign documents that waive their right to privacy.
Sometimes it pays to ditch the office and stay home or go to a cafe. At least that’s what many so-called telecommuters across Lebanon have discovered, as an increasing number do their work from the convenience of ... anywhere.
The euro zone narrowly avoided recession in the first quarter as growth remained flat, showed data released yesterday by Eurostat, the area's statistics agency.
May 15, 2012
Seventy-two hours into the official launch of the latest iPad in the UAE, retailers are still waiting for the rush of customers.
Demand for consumer electronics could be in for another bout of growth, fuelled mainly by intense competition.
Starting out on one's own was never easy, but today there are a number of funds and support networks that promise to make the ride smoother.
Fostering creative industries can spur economic growth and create jobs in addition to promoting international cultural cooperation, Jordanian and European officials said at a forum Sunday.
Retailers are adopting eco-friendly measures in their mall fit-outs across Dubai to reduce the impact of doing business on the environment, says a major retailing firm.
Crude oil continues to be an enigma for market analysts policy makers and the layman alike whether it is related to its supplies pricing and environmental issues despite the fact that crude oil per se can't be used as such by anyone.
May 14, 2012
One of the clearest (and most dire) changes over the past year has been the disappearance of independent voices in traditional media outlets (newspapers, television and radio).
Academic studies have shown that consumers value the green credentials of a company and are prepared to pay a premium price.
Prime Minister Najib Mikati is optimistic about finding a solution for the problem of extra-budgetary spending, which is threatening to throw the government into disarray, during Wednesday’s Cabinet session, Information Minister Walid Daouk said Sunday.
The Saudi banking sector is now characterized by robust financial health and ample liquidity.
The industrial sector is leading the campaign against the anticipated rise in electricity rates, which comes two months after a previous proposed rise in rates that was later suspended under popular pressure.