November 3, 2013
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.
Bahrain's telecom services operator launched a video surveillance service on its 4G LTE network, the first of its kind in the country.
A World Bank report ranks Saudi Arabia as having the tenth lowest poverty rate worldwide.
US demand for crude oil from the Middle East is projected to remain the same in the future since many US refineries are only designed to process crudes from the Mideast region.
October 31, 2013
“Valeo’s decision to expand its business in Egypt reflects the trust of international companies in [Egypt’s capabilities in] serving their clients worldwide," said the minister.
Next time when you find an insect in the food served at a restaurant in Abu Dhabi Emirate, it is very easy to report it to food safety authority by using your smart phone.
The Jumeirah Group, a luxury hotel chain and a member of Dubai Holding, announced today that it has raised a $1.4 billion unsecured syndicated loan for further expansion.
On Sunday, Iran’s Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said that serious plans were on the agenda to boost the country’s oil exports by four times.
The embassy official noted about 1,800 Ethiopian laborers face deportation or can even lose their jobs for demanding their rights.
In a statement, Twitter Inc. said: "We've never had a relationship with these plaintiffs. Their claim is completely without merit."
Facebook's stock is soaring after the company reported a 60 percent revenue increase in the third quarter, surpassing Wall Street's expectations for the second quarter in a row.
Inflows of foreign direct investment into Bahrain reached a tumultuous $891 million last year, representing a fourteen percent increase from 2011's $781 million figure.