October 29, 2013
Ongoing cuts in Jordan’s Egyptian gas supplies are set to cost the country over $2 billion by the end of the year, officials revealed on Monday, calling for greater efforts to diversify the country’s energy mix.
The government dropped a bombshell with its program that explicitly told Kuwaitis that cheap or free services are things of the past.
According to Toukan, the government will seek out local public and private investors to take part in a joint utility and shareholding company to be established by the government and Rosatom to maintain the reactors as a “Jordanian national venture”.
Visitors from India and Britain are making the most check ins.
According to the report, “the Syrian economy experienced massive de-industrialisation as a result of business closure and bankruptcy, capital flight, looting and destruction.”
October 28, 2013
"On November 27, delegates from around the world will meet to decide the venue for Expo 2020. I believe they should choose Dubai. Let me explain why," said Cameron.
Downtown Erbil, estimated to cost more than $3 billion, promises to be a fully-integrated, mixed-use facility, offering a hub for both business and entertainment.
Egypt's new economic stimulus package will include billions of pounds in infrastructure and sanitation investments, according to a breakdown released by Finance Minister Ahmed Galal in a meeting with economists from Egyptian political parties.
He said that the citizens told police that they were engaged in money exchange business during Haj and the collected money was being taken to a Gulf bank.
Mobile Telecommunications Company Saudi Arabia (Zain KSA), announced on Sunday its third quarter financial results for the period ended Sept.30, 2013.
October 27, 2013
Egypt's total budget deficit reached LE240 billion ($34.8 billion), or 14 percent of the GDP, in FY 2012/13, the finance ministry announced in September.
Investments of the European Union (EU) countries topped the overall foreign investments in Egypt in Q4 which grew by 59 percent to $1.51 billion compared to $954.9 million in Q3.
Dubai’s highly anticipated second airport, Al Maktoum International (DWC), opens to passenger traffic on Sunday - four years behind schedule.
The bank’s activities in Jordan will focus on overall economic growth, developing the private sector, promoting energy efficiency, supporting renewable energy, and improving infrastructure and municipal services
It is the largest housing project ever to be developed in Bahrain in partnership with the private sector.