February 10, 2014
Currently, there is no major shortage for housing units in the country due to abundant supplies coming in to the market. But for many expatriate families, the rents quoted are still not affordable.
Sisi in his turn could face what some have dubbed the revolution of the hungry unless eradicating poverty and social ills becomes a higher priority.
February 9, 2014
The high demand for mortgage finance in Saudi Arabia may play a critical role in boosting the country's already booming banking sector.
Oman's 2013 economic figures show that the GCC country is thriving, but what mechanisms are responsible for transforming Muscat into one of the most promising future economies in the region?
2013 was another record-breaking year for US merchandise exports to the Arab world, a new US government data analyzed by the National US-Arab Chamber of Commerce (NUSACC) revealed.
Islamic finance industry will continue to grow driven by both demand and supply factors, and further facilitated by government agencies and financial regulators.
Standard & Poor’s (S&P) cut its outlook on Turkey’s ratings to negative from stable on Friday, saying that it saw risks of a hard economic landing
February 6, 2014
Saudi Arabia's Labor Ministry has offered seven solutions for companies to hire more expatriates even under recent Saudization quota policies.
Bahrain Ministers weigh in on how small and medium sized enterprises can help develop the Bahraini economy to a new level.
European investor sources told Reuters earlier this year they did not want to support any project in Western Sahara.
“China's oil giant Sinopec to acquire $3.1 billion stake in Apache Egypt assets is one of the latest examples of growing China’s interest to directly invest in the Middle East region,” added Babb.
February 5, 2014
Shell operates in almost 100 countries worldwide, produces 3.2 million barrels of oil equivalent a day and is the biggest energy conglomerate on the planet after Exxon Mobil.
The Sukuk market expects to expand once again in 2014, with market analysts describing the future of Sukuk as quite "promisiing."
The demand for affordable housing in the Sultanate is growing, and the government's response thus far has only met the needs and demands for a small fraction of its population.
Insurance companies are now offering their clients terrorism insurance due to the increasing number of attacks throughout the country.