February 8, 2012
Oil producers will meet demand if supply from Iran is reduced, Mohammed Al Rumhy, Oman's oil and gas minister, said at an energy conference in Bangkok yesterday.
Gold prices held steady around $1,745 an ounce on Wednesday, as investors waited with caution for Greece to grind towards a deal on a rescue package that it urgently needs after missing a string of deadlines.
Smartphone demand is increasing as prices for devices become more affordable, encouraging users to upgrade to handsets on which they can browse the Web and send e-mail.
Bahrain's tourism sector is set to miss out on tens of thousands of dinars after one of the world's largest luxury cruise liners cancelled stops here today and next Wednesday.
Spurring economic growth is the private sector’s responsibility, and not the government’s, a World Bank official stressed on Tuesday.
Climbing from second place in last year’s Top Companies list to number one in 2012 was FedEx Express.
February 7, 2012
The Department of Transport (DoT) has invited bids for the construction of a new 62km-long Abu Dhabi-Dubai dual carriageway.
Gold extended its recent losses after starting the day at 1728.00 the shiny metal continued yesterday's decline.
The UAE has a vibrant free economy, a significant proportion of its revenues arising from exports of oil and gas.
Facebook is casting a hungry eye overseas, and more and more of its revenue is coming from non-domestic sources.
Bahrain, in particular, has been forecasted to experience key growth this year through the strong support and backing of the Bahraini government.
Almost a decade after the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime, Iraq’s economy is still in flux.
February 6, 2012
The 2022 World Cup in Qatar will boost the value of the Gulf’s tourism and hospitality market by 10 percent.
Most firms have depended on exit interviews to learn why their employees decide to leave as they seek acquiring honest information about the company that can be used to tackle the reasons why some leave.
Growing tension between Iran and the West over the Islamic Republic’s nuclear programme has led to fears of a disruption in oil supplies from the Middle East Gulf.