September 8, 2014
Tunisia has stabilised from the fallout of the 2011 revolution and is now ripe for investment in its battered economy, Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa told AFP in an interview.
The solutions are known, but the will to implement them is absent, say energy experts discussing Egypt's energy crisis
September 7, 2014
Among more pulse-pounding models, one of the longest running vehicles in the business – the venerable Ford Mustang – gets a major makeover that brings the original “pony car” into the modern age.
With impending shortage, Middle East retailers hold their breath in anticipation of iphone 6 'hysteria'
Whatever the launch date, retailers expect the iPhone 6 to be in short supply when it is first available in the Middle East.
Every withdrawal comes with conditions, including a three-person committee that asks where the money came from and a compulsory tax for funding the Islamist’s Caliphate.
September 4, 2014
Last year’s strikes over a proposed 6 percent hike in tuition fees dominated headlines as thousands of students occupied the campus in protests. It seems as though this year may be similar.
If lawmakers in Lebanon don't make up their minds about new sovereign Eurobonds, it's likely that the Central Bank will have to step in.
Saudi Arabia aims to increase solar activity in the kingdom by increasing solar activity around residential and industrial areas according to an industry expert.
The relationship between China and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries can only go one way.
September 3, 2014
Iraqi Kurdistan has shipped over 8 million barrels of oil from the Turkish port of Ceyhan since May, sources and energy officials said, as the autonomous region employs new tactics to establish independent oil sales in defiance of Baghdad.
The real war between Iran and the United States, which is supported by many European countries, appears to be over energy supply deals.
In time, Qatar’s soccer ambitions may indeed turn out to be harmless. For now, however, the Gulf kingdom’s global ambitions, whether in sport, finance, or politics, are fueling credible suspicions about less than innocent ulterior motives.
Saudi Arabia played an "effective role" in advancing the connections between investments with France, bringing both countries together.
Milipol Qatar 2014 will address many issues this year including internal state security markets within the GCC and the latest technological advancements.
The UAE is jumping the ranks and emerged as the seventh most competitive economy in the world within the short space of a year.