February 13, 2012
Florists say the figure is down from last year amid concerns that home deliveries could be disrupted tomorrow (February 14).
Now a new trade corridor linking Africa through the Middle East has opened. Going forward, we expect a number of new markets that went through regime changes will join this trade corridor.
The National Committee to Revive the Teachers Association and the Amman Free Teachers Committee pledged to continue the strike, which entered its second week yesterday.
February 12, 2012
United States trade with UAE last year marks a jump of 26 percent compared to 2010.
Jordan remains vulnerable to external shocks, the World Bank said Saturday in a press release at the end of talks between a senior management team and top Jordanian officials.
Kuwaiti is aiming to double its tourist arrivals to one million by 2015.
The global oil and gas industry is brimming with confidence despite widespread concerns over the global economy and wages are surging in the sector, according to an annual salary guide.
The new policy unifies 60 privacy policies, and applies to all Google services.
Worries about uncertain investment laws, local partnerships, corporate governance and the fate of business deals made with the former regime are forcing construction companies to take a more cautious approach to the Libyan market.
February 9, 2012
Grand Hypermarket at Ruwi aims to provide its customers with a wide range of about 23,000 products, catering to the local and expatriate community in Oman.
Airlines face a carbon pollution bill of €505 million ($670m) for this year under a controversial EU emissions trading scheme, an analysis by Thomson Reuters Point Carbon on Thursday shows.
The question is whether growth will be high enough to absorb property supply created by last year’s surge in real estate lending.
A strong performance by Egypt's stock market in the last few days, despite a string of negative political and economic news, suggests the market's year-long downtrend has ended and investors will continue flocking back.
Bahrain's business-friendly credentials and economic potential have got an endorsement that speaks louder than most, it is the voice of the industry that has come at a time of global economic turbulence.
Facebook was already blocked from the world’s second-biggest economy nearly three years ago following deadly riots in the western province of Xinjiang that authorities say were abetted by the social networking site.