December 22, 2014
Where did all the good Egyptians go? 2014 sees off over half a million workers, leaving to work abroad
Approximately 592,000 workers signed contracts to work abroad between January and November 2014, with over 400,000 of those signed between March and November, the Ministry of Manpower and Immigration revealed Sunday.
Saudi minister dismisses conspiracy theories on oil price, but the world's still speculating.
December 21, 2014
The plunge in oil prices may take more of the froth off Dubai's booming real estate market, but broad-based demand for property is likely to prevent any crash, said a report.
John Sexton, the president of one the world’s top universities, explains why he decided to expand to Abu Dhabi.
The Middle East ranks in the top 10 list of global luxury markets, a report said, adding that regional consumption increased by 11 per cent in 2014,
December 19, 2014
Almost three quarters (72 per cent) of Mena respondents state that they are employed in a mixed gender workplace.
The consumer has been and remains a key driver of growth in Kuwait, even as growth in the sector has moderated somewhat.
High housing prices are preventing an average Israeli family from making ends meet.
December 17, 2014
A total of 6.2 billon malicious attacks on user computers and mobile devices were blocked by Kaspersky Lab antivirus products in 2014,
The most searched queries in Google in the UAE were World Cup 2014, iPhone 6 and Malaysian Airlines.
From travel guides to shopping portals, new Internet ventures aim to capitalise on the growing "Muslim lifestyle" market.
Here is a look at three of the Middle East’s most affected economies – some of which are already on the brink of a serious crisis.
Developing countries in Asia - particularly China and India - are rapidly becoming the biggest trading partners with Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries ahead of other regions
Matein Khalid warns on the effects of a strengthening US dollar to other currencies
December 16, 2014
Betting on the counterintuitive? Understanding Saudi Arabia's logic, or lack thereof, behind not cutting oil output
The world assumed that, despite a surge in US shale oil, Saudi Arabia world cut output to keep prices above $100 Brent.