March 20, 2013
The green light came after heated discussions in Tripoli.
Arab countries can expect an average growth of 3.5 per cent this year, according to a banking chief.
Bank Mellat is appealing to the Supreme Court against sanctions imposed over nuclear links.
Lebanon's long-awaited new salary scale draft law will be tied to an increase in working hours of civil servants and a tax hike on luxury goods, according to the country's State Minister.
Hundreds of bakers blocked the entrance to the Egyptian supply ministry on Tuesday to protest a government scheme to reduce flour subsidies as the it also announces new rationing plans.
March 19, 2013
Sabah Khalil will remain on the bank's board.
Urban hubs Jeddah and Riyadh have seen rental rates balloon.
Egypt may one day join the BRICS grouping of growing economies, President Mohamed Morsi told the Hindu, an Indian English language daily, in an interview published on Monday.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi is visiting India in an effort to boost trade between the two nations.
Emirates capital is moving in to the recently independent state
The Japanese will provide $3.15 million to the Kingdom in environmental grant.
The World Bank’s International Finance Corp is reportedly planning to conduct currency swaps in Egypt to help local firms meet their foreign exchange needs.
Border crossings with Lebanon remain shut as exporters told to find another route.
Following the decision to place a levy on savers as part of a bailout deal in Cyprus, almost causing a run on the banks, Arab institutions may abandon the smallest region in the Eurozone if the savings tax isn't reversed, the head of the World Union of Arab Bankers warned.
Leading online video community YouTube said it would allow users in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and UAE to generate revenue from online content.