July 9, 2014
Saudi Arabia is the world’s top food importer, and also rated as one of the worst wasters.
Married with four children, Ismaik has been spending some of his time since he quit watching World Cup soccer, rooting for Germany; he owns part of German soccer club TSV 1860 Munchen.
This year, energy markets have been marked by geopolitical motivations and pragmatism to an extent never seen before.
Affordable places to rent can be found in Deira, Discovery Gardens and Jumeirah Village,
July 8, 2014
Taming the monster: UAE regulator to tighten supervision of financial markets over Arabtec's debacle
in a statement after its chief executive met with heads of the central bank, the economy ministry and the Dubai and Abu Dhabi stock exchanges.
Mall of the World, the latest addition to Dubai’s retail, hospitality and leisure offering, is expected to boost visitor numbers and further strengthen the emirate’s mall development pipeline.
In particular, GCC governments wanting to provide aid should orient it towards Aid-for- Trade enabling and facilitating reforms and investments.
Financial problems were listed among the reasons for suicide in Turkey last year, according to figures from the Turkish Statistics Institute (TurkStat) released last month.
July 7, 2014
In the context of Islamic economy contemplation, here are three thoughts for consideration during the holy month of Ramadan.
Since his inauguration a month ago, President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi has adopted several economic measures that have shaped Egypt’s economic climate.
July 6, 2014
Competition for the Iran market is fierce. Businesses across the world, but most notably in the U.S., are keen to fill the space left by the likes of Renault and PSA Peugeot Citroën and gain access to Iran’s 78 million consumers
Turkey already has a bleak record for workplace deaths, and health and safety standards are often neglected in the country.
Egypt had overnight on Friday slashed its subsidies for car fuel and natural gas, increasing their prices by more than 70 per cent.
July 4, 2014
With petrodollars in the Gulf, splashing cash at luxury hotels is not an issue for those who can afford it, but the true meaning of Ramadan is being lost in the process
However, the sector also faces a number of challenges such as the shortage of skilled teachers and regulation of fees that obstruct the growth of the education industry in the long term.