February 22, 2012
The survey was conducted by talent management expert DDI as a way to determine what today's leaders are doing right and what they are doing wrong.
International rating agency Standard & Poor’s said Lebanon’s path to recovery over the next few years will be slow, but maintained a stable outlook of the country’s banking sector.
What’s been holding the price of silver below $34 this year? It’s been the possibility of a disorderly default by Greece.
Manufacturers and retailers are forced to swallow the increases rather than pass them on to customers such as hotels, supermarket bakeries and the end-consumer — a move that is not sustainable in tough economic times, they told Gulf News.
To legislate the transport allowance or not to legislate the transport allowance?
MENA has announced the findings of a UAE-focused deep dive report which shows that search engines are the most used and most preferred tool for finance research.
February 21, 2012
A global drop in food costs and a weak property market are helping to offset increased government spending to keep inflation in check across the Gulf, the latest data suggests.
Beirut apartments are still among the most expensive in the MENA region, and Lebanon’s real estate trend is unlikely to remain sustainable, said a recently issued report.
Ironically, Lebanon, which has one of the world’s worst carbon footprints per capita, has some of the best potential for renewable energy, most of which has yet to be tapped.
According to the report, 'International tourist arrivals grew by over 4 percent in 2011 to 980 million, up from 939 million in the previous year.
The region’s banks may be feeling energised by the innovative potential technology is creating when it comes to new products and services, but it is not without its challenges.
Iraq could lose more than half of its oil-exporting capability if neighbouring Iran shuts the vital Strait of Hormuz shipping lane, Iraq's planning minister said on Monday.
February 20, 2012
Policies that support aviation’s competitiveness deliver wide-ranging benefits across economies by connecting business to markets,” said Tony Tyler, IATA’s Director General and CEO.
Countries are more than ever striving to boost their food exports to the highly import-dependent UAE as well as to the rest of the Middle East.
Money or additional liquidity is being injected into the global economy. When will it stop? Can it be stopped?