The Mongol Tower and WOO City developments will be highlighted at Cityscape Global as part of Nikken Sekkei’s extensive showcase of global design projects
That marks the dollar’s longest rally since the index was created in 1973 - and could pose significant headwinds to dollar-sensitive sectors of the market.
September 18, 2014
The US investment bank appears to have learned from the fiasco of its first attempt to market a Sukuk in 2011.
That “dream” home can quickly turn into a nightmare if you’re constantly struggling to make payments on it.
Erdogan's ready to smear the banks: is Turkey about to face a financial crisis worse than that of 2001?
“You can't run a mill with a bucket of water,” Erdoğan said.
September 17, 2014
The UAE is likely to remain top export destination for India till 2030, and China is forecast to emerge as the second largest export market, displacing the US.
"The economy is slowing down sharply," Carmeli warns, "and when you combine this with the fact that Israel is part of the global picture, it's likely that the shekel will continue to weaken."
Among the UAE HNWIs the report referenced a strong leaning towards religion, ethnicity, extended family and local community leading as being key drivers of their sense of nation.
September 16, 2014
This makes the kingdom the Middle East’s largest megaproject market by a wide margin,
The debate about the resurgence of the MENA region will take centre stage today at the Emirates Stadium as institutional investors from 27 countries with aggregate assets under management in excess of $8 trillion come togehther.
September 15, 2014
Forbes Middle East has unveiled its coveted 2014 ranking of The 200 Most Powerful Arab Women.
Only a week after hosting the ninth Internet Governance Forum (IGF), Ankara struck back at criticism of government Internet policies with full force.
Apple realises that a one-size-fits-all formula will not succeed in the watch segment, and with this in mind, the Apple Watch is extremely customisable,
A Saudi plan to create an industrial city in the desert, an idea borrowed from China, is now wooing Chinese investors to set up plants there.
They are treading a fine line, having to reconcile the fact that their businesses mostly depend on conventional banking practices - interest payments, and to some degree monetary speculation - which Islamic principles forbid.