July 16, 2014
"We are a very demanding customer, we want everything to be absolutely perfect. It is absolutely disappointing to Qatar Airways."
"As you know our region is going through a lot of instability. What we bought are weapons to defend Qatar," he said.
He said the recruitment of domestic helpers from India would inject new life into the housemaids market in light of recent problems that stopped the recruitment of labor from Indonesia and the Philippines.
The UAE was the most active nation in the Middle East in terms of debt capital market activity in the first half, accounting for 55 per cent of activity at $12.1 billion,
“What they are giving us is not enough. We want full citizenship rights for our children,” Habashneh told The Jordan Times in a recent interview.
July 15, 2014
Although, three similar decisions were announced by several governments since January 2011, none of them have taken full effect.
Zaazou said hotel occupancy rates had climbed to 70 percent on the Red Sea coast and exceeded 55 percent in South Sinai as a result.
The $13 billion (Dh47.7 billion) OnPoint contract is for the engines that will power the airline’s 150 Boeing 777X aircraft that it is buying from Boeing for $56 billion.
Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) transactions in the Middle East have grown by 250% in the second quarter (Q2) of 2014 compared to Q1 2014,
Khamenei outlined the general policies of the program to promote the “economy of resistance”, which can lead the Iranian nation to victory in “the imposed economic war” with the West
Based in Tunis, Clinique Taoufik was one of the first private healthcare institutions established as part of efforts to modernise Tunisia’s healthcare system,
The announcement of the upgraded A330, after months of speculation, is Airbus' attempt to prolong the life of its profitable twin-aisle jet,
July 14, 2014
The app will allow users to send text, photos, audio and video recordings to report any suspicions of bombs, mines, grenades or rigged cars.
“The bowl of sanctions has broken… and [nobody] can return this broken bowl to its previous state,” Rouhani stated.
Dubai’s plans to construct mega projects such as Mall of the World could lead to another boom-bust cycle within the emirate’s real estate market