April 9, 2013
The Beirut Stock Exchange rose for a second trading day Monday as Solidere stocks gained on the appointment of Prime Minister Tammam Salam.
A large number of Egypt’s train drivers and conductors ended their nationwide strike on Monday evening.
The Iraqi ministry of oil said on Monday that Jordan and Iraq have signed an agreement to build a double pipeline that will supply the Kingdom with crude oil and natural gas.
April 8, 2013
The conflict in Syria caused the country to suffer an almost 100 per cent decline in foreign trade in 2012
Chinese state media agreed to help Lebanon’s public television station, Tele-Liban.
A nationwide strike by train drivers continued to paralyse Egypt's rail traffic for a second day on Monday.
The unemployment rate in Jordan rose during the first quarter of 2013, new statistics reveal.
Saudi Arabia denied Monday a report in a Lebanese newspaper that Riyadh had temporarily halted issuing visas to nationals from Lebanon.
The total investments in the petrochemical sector in the Gulf region will balloon to more than $250 billion by 2015.
Egypt's tourism chief has decided to halt incoming flights form Iran, despite a recent thawing in relations.
Jordan's Labour Ministry has decided to suspend the recruitment of foreign workers to the Kingdom.
The Palestinian economy is on track for 5 to 6 percent growth this year as a shortfall in international aid continues to take its toll, according to a senior minister.
April 7, 2013
South Sudan restarted oil production Saturday, more than a year after it halted operations due to conflicts with neighboring Sundan.
Railway workers in Egypt begun a strike on Sunday, crippling the country's rail network.
Internet users in the UAE have been able to access Skype, despite an alleged 'ban' on accessing the company's website.