February 6, 2012
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.
Total mergers and acquisitions deal volumes in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region registered a rise of four percent last year, from 401 in 2010 to 416 in 2011, according to a report released by Ernst & Young.
Dubai Shopping Festival 2012 has lived up to its promise of staging the most exciting activities and offering the best shopping experience for the whole family, inspired by the theme “One World, One Family, One Festival”.
Recruitment consultants reveal that perceptions of the region still pose a challenge.
February 5, 2012
Given the weak conditions in Western economies the passenger market held up well in 2011
Lebanese banks have offered the state a chance to take part in the rehabilitation of electricity either through a build, operate and transfer system or through a partnership with the state.
A cement crisis resulting from illegal trading and a steep hike in prices is spreading from Jeddah and Madina to other major cities.
The new power visualisation means you can see exactly what’s going on everywhere across the network.
The art of investment in today’s world is surely to exchange paper for hard assets and watch the price go up.
Dubai enjoys the advantage of being a strategic and investment hub in the region.
February 2, 2012
New power, water, and energy projects valued at $180 billion are planned in the Middle East, as the UAE forges ahead with 20 projects worth $34.2 billion, said the organisers of an upcoming energy event in Dubai.
New trade and investment agreements between Qatar and Nepal will allow investors to explore the “abundant potential for promoting bilateral trade, tourism and foreign direct investment,” according to the Nepalese ambassador to Qatar.
Everyone should buy silver for their portfolios says Peter whether they are traditional value investors dividend hounds risk loving day traders or confirmed gold bugs.
The Dubai Land Department (DLD) is in talks with Nakheel to establish owners' associations (OA) in Discovery Gardens (DG) and International City (IC), a senior official said.
The California-based firm was yesterday poised to file to sell its stock on the open market in a debut likely to be the most talked-about initial public offering (IPO) since Google in 2004.