May 29, 2012
Abu Dhabi’s hotels and hotel apartments attracted 196,753 guests in April this year, a 7 per cent increase during the same month last year, official data revealed.
Bahrain plans to set up two factories specialised in producing urea and ammonia at an outlay of $1.5 billion, said Energy Minister Dr Abdulhussain Mirza.
Prime Minister Najib Mikati said Monday that despite recent security incidents, Lebanon was still preparing to receive Arab and foreign tourists as usual.
The country is ranked 19th in the World Economic Forum’s Global Enabling Trade Report this year.
May 28, 2012
Developers in Lebanon are expressing serious interest in diversifying away from luxury apartments as demand soars for smaller.
Insurance is a strong driver of growth in the financial sector in Bahrain, and its contribution to the gross domestic product climbed to eight per cent in 2011 from three per cent in 2003.
UAE is all set to introduce a multiple entry visa system from September this year.
The Jordanian government unveiled on Sunday new electricity rates it claims will have a limited impact on citizens’ living conditions.
May 27, 2012
The government on Saturday raised the price of 95-Octane gas and decided to “adjust” the prices of electricity provided to large consumers.
May 24, 2012
Deputies on Wednesday agreed to deduct 15 per cent of their salaries for the Treasury to address the difficult economic situation, for six months starting the end of May.
May 23, 2012
Lebanon's Finance Minister Mohammad Safadi said Tuesday, calling for consensus on a draft law designed to ease fiscal pressures on the budget.
The price of 20 liters of gasoline declined by LL1,000 and that of diesel by LL 500 from last week's price.
Facebook is opening an office in Dubai next week, just days after launching one of the biggest and most turbulent share listings in Wall Street history.
May 22, 2012
Construction activity in the first four months of this year recorded a slowdown as revealed by the second consecutive yearly drop of total permits.
Fifteen facebook and Twitter accounts have been shut down by cops in Dubai this year for containing abusive and threatening posts.