March 27, 2013
Property prices in Cairo’s two large satellite cities rose by 8 percent at the beginning of 2013, amid wider economic turmoil and Egypt's ongoing battle with high inflation.
The Lebanese Central Bank has taken the necessary measures to maintain the stability of local lenders, according to Governor Riad Salameh.
The Jordanian government's plan to reintroduce a 16 per cent accommodation tax on the Kingdom’s hotels will negatively impact the country’s tourism sector, the Jordan Hotels Association (JHA) warned on Tuesday.
Qatar on Tuesday called for the setting up of a $1 billion fund to help Palestinians in occupied Jerusalem.
Masood Ahmed, director of the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) Middle East and Central Asia Department, advocates cutting energy subsidies in the region, arguing that it is costly and inefficient in helping the poor.
Israel is to resume the transfer of tariffs and tax monies it collects on behalf of the Palestinian Authority, which were frozen last year as punishment for the UN bid.
A truck ferry route to Jordan was launched this week almost days after Lebanon’s major transit route through Syria came to a complete halt.
Qatari Emir Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani calls on Arabs to support 'Arab Spring' countries, especially Egypt, during speech at opening of Arab League summit.
March 26, 2013
The convicted former CEO's case has been referred to a panel of financial experts, after complaints from the defence team.
It's a technology geek's paradise at the Dubai World Trade Centre this April.
Senior Libyan official denies reports of a $2 billion transfer to Egypt's central bank
The North African country is faring better than Egypt, which has seen tourist numbers evaporate
The number falls short of the 18,000 new jobs target set in January
Egypt central bank tooking to bolster its depleted foreign currency reserves
Non-oil trade booms as Dubai diversifies