November 4, 2014
A Kuwaiti exploration company said it signed a memorandum of understanding to work alongside its counterparts in the Mexican energy sector.
Saudi Arabia has achieved higher than the global average in the development achieved in the education sector, according to the Human Development Report for 2014
“The performance is all the more impressive given the decline in oil prices over the same period, and the continued downturn in emerging markets elsewhere.”
Apartment transactions value reached JD256.4 million constituting 64 per cent of the total transactions.
Gold and silver extended their losing streak to a fourth session on Monday to trade near their lowest in more than four years
Oil prices fell Monday, hit by a strengthening dollar as dealers digested global manufacturing data for clues about demand growth.
Turkey is to revive plans to privatise two bridges across the Bosphorus Strait in Istanbul and some motorways and aims to start the process by the first quarter of 2015,
November 3, 2014
The Ministry of Tourism and the Egyptian Tourism Authority (ETA) have focused on attracting Arab and GCC tourists to Egypt through the Wahashtouna campaign that was launched earlier this year.
A recent report issued by PayFort, an institution specialising in online payment solutions, said that only 7% of Egyptians have bank accounts.
The row comes a month after production at the offshore Khafji oilfield in a neutral zone between the two Arab states was halted last month.
November 2, 2014
Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) in Amman, Jordan, achieved a record-breaking feat by surpassing the 600,000 passenger traffic benchmar for the first time in the airport’s history
The 2014 edition of Victoria's Secret's Fantasy Bra will feature, for the first time, not one, but two sapphire, ruby and diamond sets designed by Lebanese jewelers Mouawad, valued at $2 million apiece.
Real estate market values in Sharjah and the other northern emirates are largely dictated by what is happening in neighbouring Dubai.
Jordan has regained its stable credit rating from Standard and Poor's (S&P) almost three years after a downgrade to negative.
Egypt's decision not to renew the deal, set to expire in April 2015, reflects the deteriorating relations between the two nations.