April 8, 2015
Iranian oil officials are in Beijing this week to discuss oil sales and Chinese investments in Iran, just days after Tehran and world powers reached a framework nuclear deal, and with the OPEC nation’s oil minister due to arrive Thursday.
April 7, 2015
The nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers could lead to a burst in the country’s oil exports and open the way for international energy groups to return to the country after a five-year absence.
April 6, 2015
Investor bearishness and hostilities in Yemen weigh heavily on Egyptian stock market as stocks fall sharply for the second consecutive session.
UAE Space Agency visits NASA to meet key industry players in a bid to launch a mission to Mars by 2021.
National Bank of Abu Dhabi managed around $3.9 billion (Dh14.3 billion) of international Sukuk issuance in the first quarter of 2015, representing about 69 per cent of the global market by value.
The head of the tobacco traders association in Cairo has submitted a proposal to legalize the hashish trade as a means of decreasing the national budget deficit.
April 5, 2015
The study takes into account irrigation, wetland management, basin rehabilitation, power generation and will address the cross-border implications of the projects.
New companies law in the UAE eases flotation rules and raises the level of regulation to international standards.
The closure of the Nassib border crossing between Jordan and Syria following violent clashes cuts off a vital network for trade between Lebanon, Syria, Jordan and Gulf countries.
April 3, 2015
Iran is said to be having more than 20 million barrels of oil stored offshore in super tankers ready to be shipped in a month or two if sanctions are removed.
Oil supply shock trade is not expected to last that long.
The latest Top CEO Awards, which recognizes the best leaders who have delivered solid results and kept businesses in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) region growing, is out.
April 1, 2015
Lebanon will not abandon its banking secrecy law.
They are helming major expansions and integrating hospitality to cast the net wider
The attack raised major concerns about the future of Tunisia's vital tourism industry.