Boeing, a leading aircraft manufacturer, said today that commercial financial institutions in the Middle East are increasingly funding the region’s record number of airplane deliveries.
October 20, 2014
Trouble getting them, trouble keeping them? Middle East firms challenged in attracting, retaining talent
Organisations in the Middle East are facing greater challenges than employers elsewhere in the world with 70 per cent of the firms admitting difficulty in attracting and retaining critical skill.
Military might alone won’t defeat Islamic State and its ilk. The US needs to promote economic empowerment
One's catastrophe, another's celebration: Middle East's oil importing states benefiting lower oil prices
The decline in oil prices will provide significant boost to the oil importing countries in the Middle East.
October 19, 2014
If Saudi Arabia no longer has the same influence on the markets it once had, what can explain the slumping prices observed today, at a rate that exceeds the relative downturn in the oil markets felt usually in autumn?
The number of tourists arriving in Egypt increased by 15.8% in July compared with the same month a year ago.
“A lot of the Middle Eastern buyers are next generation. They went to university in the US and the UK....They don’t want to stay in dad’s house in Knightsbridge."
Pregnancy and motherhood bring many changes — including some major ones to your bank account.
October 17, 2014
The UAE is the biggest market for Jordanian property investors, he said, indicating that the drive behind Jordanian investments in other markets is the incentives they are offered abroad.
Wishful thinking: is Saudi Arabia slowly, but maturely, winning the global oil price war against the US?
Saudi Arabia effectively started a global oil price war this month aimed at quickly denting U.S. oil output.
October 16, 2014
Istanbul’s Crystal Tower is a 35-story symbol of diverging fortunes. Due for completion next year,
October 15, 2014
Hundreds of migrant workers in the UAE face dire conditions and are being denied days off and overtime benefits, according to an XPRESS investigation.
A lawmaker in Kuwait has insisted that expats in "unskilled and semi-skilled" occupations should only be allowed to reside in Kuwait until the age of 50.
Saudis love using their phones! The kingdom's market is the largest in the Middle East with 53 million subscriptions in 2013 alone.
October 14, 2014
His comments underlined the obstacles still faced by many economies in the region three years after the Arab Spring.