March 20, 2014
Dubai's $20 billion debt refinance agreement with UAE's Central Bank as well as Abu Dhabi may improve the emirate's economy more than what was perhaps originally believed.
Kuwait government's total spending is likely to hit KD21.7 billion ($77 billion) in its draft budget for 2014/ 15, up from KD21 billion in FY13/14, according to a report.
Dubai is exploring the feasibility of establishing an ExIm Bank.
Only one per cent of the capital’s population use public transport, figures released by the Department of Transport show.
The many challenges facing entrepreneurs in Tunisia did not prevent Tunisians from turning out in droves to the very first Entrepreneurship Fair in Tunis.
The prince revealed that Saudi Arabia ranks 23rd in the world with its most advanced infrastructure, and the 19th largest economy in the world.
Too much for Big Brother to handle? Will the UAE ban Whatsapp after it turns into a calling app as well?
This proposed new feature is said to be technically flawed making it highly susceptible to hacking threats capable of allowing the cyber-terrorists to get a detailed history of the hacked user’s Whatsapp histor
Some forward-thinking companies such as Nike and Google offer places for their employees to nap. It's time Middle Eastern companies revolutionized their approach to napping as well.
March 19, 2014
GCC investors are changing the way they are doing business regionally and globally.
Total contribution of the travel & tourism sector to the UAE’s gross domestic product (GDP) will reach 8.5 per cent this year with a 4.5 per cent year-on-year rise to Dh122.6 billion.
The ticking time bomb: an inside look into Iraq's energy war that is threatening to break the country apart
Kurdish–Arab tensions in Iraq have escalated in recent months as a result of outstanding disputes between the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) and the Shi’ite-dominated government in Baghdad.
March 18, 2014
The global downturn has affected the banking and investment decisions of (66 per cent) of the wealthy.
Vehicle sales in the GCC countries are set to grow rapidly for the remainder of 2014, according to a recent analysis.
UAE-based Emaar Properties announced plans this week to construct an opera house in Dubai in the city's downtown area.
At one point, the GCC was just another diplomatic relation to China. However, with changing energy resources globally and fluctuations in geospatial power relations, the Gulf is figuring ever more prominently in China's economic agenda.