November 4, 2013
With the amnesty period ending today, Saudi Arabia is now officially criminalizing those looking to make a living.
UAE's Central Bank will tentatively announce proposed new exposure rules for banking operations in the country in December.
Qatar Airways Cargo announced Monday that the airline has added four new routes to its freighter services, with shipping routes added and expanded in Beirut, Madrid, Paris and Tbilisi, Georgia.
The Oman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OCCI) will host the first Oman Tourism Investment Conference in late December, touting the Gulf country's growing tourism sector as the financial "cash cow" of the future.
Kuwait's advertising industry is creating jobs, boosting economic growth with investors spending an estimated 969 million in 2012 alone.
Saudi Arabia will begin deporting migrant workers without correct visa and residency status Monday.
The Saudi Ministry of Finance announced that the country's electronic payment system, SADAD now caters to approximately 29 million users, making it the second largest system of its kind in the world.
The online travel market in Saudi Arabia is growing at a rapid pace and internet bookings are expected to exceed $1.9 billion in 2014, according to a study.
November 3, 2013
Harris Corp. is supplying communications gear to a Middle East country for a coastal intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance network.
Profit for the nine months ended September 30, 2013 was AED 531 million, an increase of 110 per cent as compared to AED 252 million achieved in the comparable period last year.
With Apple's release of the new iPhone 5S and 5C models in the Gulf this UAE's Etisalat is giving
Owners of businesses in certain fields or geographic areas might be spared the requirement to pay their employees a minimum wage.
UAE's national airline will begin to offer live television broadcasts in-flight so passengers can keep up with the news around the word.
The governor of Riyadh told reporters Saturday that work on the KSA capital's metro will begin within months.
The IDB, which provides project financing for its 56-member countries, has expanded its sukuk programme to Dh37 billion from Dh24 billion previously, as it increases its financial support for economic and social development.