November 11, 2013
“Within a few months they will choose the winning bids and the successful contractors will be able to start building within a number of weeks [after that],” the group’s Hagit Ofran said.
November 10, 2013
Oman's local economy was ranked first on expat satisfaction based on a survey commissioned in more than 100 countries.
GCC inflation continues to remain in check thanks in part to lower international food prices among other factors.
Female entreqreneurs in the Mena region need 150 years to meet the standard of developed countries
“They already paid for the bomb, they will go to Pakistan and bring what they need to bring,” BBC Newsnight quoted him as saying.
November 7, 2013
The Kingdom’s commercial districts and farm areas have taken a beating as businesses continued to struggle to staff shops, supply vendor operations and produce farms in the wake of the Labor Ministry’s relentless crackdown on illegal workers.
However since that time until today, according to another informed economist, Cairo has followed a policy similar to the popular Egyptian proverb “Placing a hat where needed,” meaning a stop-gap solution that does not address an underlying problem.
The three vital projects that Qatar Rail is implementing will enormously boost the public transport connectivity across the country and even beyond its borders in coming years, CEO Saad Ahmed al-Mohannadi said yesterday.
Companies in the Gulf could improve their access to capital markets and cut the cost of raising debt by strengthening their management and governance practices,
Forty percent of Saudi citizens are not eligible to obtain real estate loans from Saudi banks due to their low income.
Mullan said 72 per cent of parents in Indian schools said they are financially stressed, with the figure going up to 94 per cent in British schools and 96 per cent in American schools.
November 6, 2013
Jordan's plan to build its first nuclear plant with Russian help has stirred fresh fears and suspicions as experts called for the "dangerous" and "illogical" project to be abandoned.
Previous Expo’s have yielded legacies such as the Eiffel Tower, the telephone, ice cream and Heinz Tomato Ketchup!
The smart cards will be financed by the grant extended to Jordan by the Gulf Cooperation Council countries, and the project will be on the list of projects in the 2014 state budget, the minister said.
Confidence among business leaders in the United Arab Emirates as measured by the YPO Global Pulse sentiment index remained robust in the third quarter,