August 6, 2014
“Carrying out employment strategy requires providing the necessary resources to carry out mechanisms within a specific timeframe,” the ministry said.
A longer list of boycotted products – including garment, chocolates and beauty products – are being share via social networking sites Facebook and Twitter.
Turkey's economy minister joined a government-led chorus suggesting that the country is being treated unfairly by international rating agencies.
August 5, 2014
Annual non-oil trade between Iran and Turkey amounted to $5.286 billion in the previous Iranian calendar year.
The US company said it has also finalised a long-term operations and maintenance contract for the project, which is expected to be operational by early 2016.
“If a pipeline is built from Israel, it will flow not with gas but with the blood of innocent children and mothers,” said Yıldız, who was joined by Malta Energy Minister Konrad Mizzi at the press briefing.
The municipalities and decentralisation draft laws seek to enhance citizens’ participation in decision making, according to Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour.
In January Abu Dhabi Equity Partners invested in a livestock financing programme to fund the fattening of 70,000 cattle heads - the equivalent of entire UAE's annual import of beef.
Foreign investors spend a total of $941 million on Saudi proxy shares last month, more than double the amount in June after an announcement promised full ownership rights early next year.
August 4, 2014
However, it added that both Aramco and Sumitomo would continue to guarantee finance needed to build the project.
Etisalat makes traveling this summer easier with the expansion of its preferred partner network for data roaming.
The sales of passenger cars segment in June witnessed a 53% increase compared to June 2013, whilst truck sales surged 73%.
Dubai Investments said on Sunday that its net profit for the first six months of the year more than doubled, on the back of gains from the divestment of one of its assets.
The first project discussed was the establishment of the first factory for wheat and grain storage in Egypt.
In June, radical monks urged a boycott of Ooredoo because it hails from Qatar.