August 26, 2014
That old saying, 'There’s no such thing as bad publicity’, probably applies to what the aviation industry has flown through in recent months.
It's getting too crowded in the UAE banking sector with too many lenders competing with one another to please a small population, according to a senior banker.
Jordan’s public debt reached over JD20 billion by the end of June, according to recent official data.
August 25, 2014
The context of the Middle Eastern debt market, bank lending has been a dominant component. The debt issuances, to date have been dominated by the banks and the government related entities (GREs).
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has joined forces with the Economist Intelligence Unit to check out Sub-Saharan Africa for potential for investment.
Saudi Arabia continued to be Dubai’s primary source market as more than 5.8 million tourists stayed in Dubai hotels during the first half of 2014.
August 24, 2014
The oil being sold by Isil ranges between $25 (Dh91.75) per barrel to $60 per barrel compared to the current market prices, which on Friday traded for about $102 for Brent crude.
Thinner screen, tougher requirements? Why Apple suppliers are truly struggling to supply enough screens for next month's iphone 6 lauch
Suppliers to Apple Inc. are scrambling to get enough screens ready for the new iPhone 6 smartphone as the need to redesign a key component disrupted panel production ahead of next month’s expected launch,
Recent security and economic concerns are pushing more and more Lebanese into depression, according to psychiatrists.
Putting the 'ease of doing business' index to test: all you need to know about setting up a business in Dubai
The UAE is one of the world’s easiest places to do business in, according to the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business report for 2014.
August 21, 2014
In the UAE, sensitive industry sectors such as the public sector, oil and gas, banking, finance and insurance are all set to drive demand for cloud computing security solutions
Egypt is a society, in which sexism is so ingrained in the economic, social, and political system that 50% of the population has, for the most part, been excluded.
After the cannons have stopped roaring and an arrangement between Israel and Hamas is emerging, the shekel is suddenly showing weakness.
August 20, 2014
Fully booked for post-sanctions business: Iran's five star hotels are buzzing with Western business delegations
“All the five-star hotels are full of Western companies looking to position themselves to do business."
What doesn't kill you, makes your stronger: why the Arab Bank is likely to emerge from the Israeli lawsuit 'unscathed with flying colors'
Experts and economists believe the bank will emerge unscathed with flying colours, dismissing the case as a political attempt by American Zionist organisations looking to discredit the Palestinian cause.