May 21, 2014
The Abu Dhabi Urban Planning Council gave its approval to 13 development projects covering over four million square metres in the first quarter of the year.
The Bank has not lent any new money to Iran since 2005.
Kuwait has boasted a budget surplus in each of the past 14 fiscal years, helping to increase its sovereign wealth fund to over $500 billion
The new simulators are among the world’s most advanced nuclear training devices and the first of their kind in the Middle East.
May 20, 2014
At present, debtors in the UAE are imprisoned for failing to pay their debts, and creditors, mainly banks, are not sympathetic to the debtors once they are in prison.
Saudi Arabia's Cabinet has decided to implement integrated public transport systems, including Metros and buses, in Dammam and Qatif cities, a report said.
Saudi Arabia will spend an additional SR80 billion ($21.3 billion) to overhaul the kingdom’s education system under a five-year plan, a report said.
Dubai’s benchmark index, the world’s best-performing gauge in 2013, plunged the most in more than eight months on Monday.
Cancellations of pilgrimages from Egypt to Saudi Arabia due to the coronavirus, also known as the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), have exceeded 25%.
Idan Ofer told allAfrica: We want to turn Ethiopia into Africa's potash hub.
HTC, a global leader in innovation and design, unveiled the HTC One mini 2, the latest addition to its renowned HTC One family.
May 19, 2014
“Iran has unique qualities to be the communication hub the Middle East and on the World Communication Day some projects will be unveiled to increase the international transfer between Iran and Europe.”
The deal will enable Ericsson to introduce new technologies and business solutions to Etisalat UAE across a number of different areas including Mobile Broadband.
Qatar Airways’ first and business class lounges will not be ready when the airline switches to Hamad International Airport on May 27.
A senior Abu Dhabi-based banker said if the bureau had existed pre-2008, much of the crash’s pain may have been avoided