November 27, 2012
Lebanon will record a steady inflow of remittances in 2012 despite recent instability in the region, according to the latest statistics released by the World Bank.
Just weeks after the UK's Prime Minister, David Cameron, visited Jordan, the country's trade envoy to the Kingdom has met with Jordan's PM Abdullah Ensour and talked up trade relations between the two kingdoms.
With global warming on the agenda in Doha, a timely reminder of the way climate change is affecting the world is the gas tanker that will be the first to cross the arctic for the first time, as rising temperatures have melted the ice.
Duabai's economy has performed well in the first half of this year, registering growth of 4.1 per cent, according official data., with foreign trade reaching 11.4 per cent.
Saudi Arabia has signed off on a $600 million contract with Raytheon Company, a major American defence contractor and industrial corporation for delivery of a command, control, communications, computers and intelligence (C4I) systems.
The deteriorating political situation in Egypt after President Mohamed Morsi's constitutional decree has caused protests across the country, leaving one dead and has been lead to the increase in the price of gold as investors see it as a 'safe refuge'
A large-scale public sector strike is expected across Lebanon Tuesday organized by the Union Coordination Committee in protest against the government’s delay in finalising a pay hike after a long running dispute.
Jordan trade deficit shot up to JOD6.772 billion in the first 9 months of the current year, up by 19.5 per cent compared with JOD5.583 billion for the same period of 2011, official statistics showed.
November 26, 2012
Iran has announced that it will increase gas production in the giant South Pars gas field. The Islamic Republic has also announced that it will build more storage for oil facilities as Western sanctions are begin to bite.
Several state television channels in Egypt were jammed sunday evening, although the source of the disruption is unclear, but it is thought that it came from outside Egypt.
Tech giant Apple has reportedly asked a US court to add six more products to its patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung, including the Korean mobile maker's popular Galaxy Note II.
Following 'Black Sunday', where the Egyptian stock market dropped almost 10 per cent and saw trading suspended after prices crashed beyond acceptable levels, the bourse has jumped in early trading on Monday.
With the tensions in the Middle East between Israel and Hamas coming to a close crude oil futures slipped for the first time in three days as supply fears subsided.
Dubai’s stocks surged on Sunday in the wake of the spectacular mega city project launch as most share markets across the Middle East went on a retreat spearheaded by a tailspin in Egyptian shares, as Saudi has its worst single day since January
The Government of the Netherlands and UNICEF sealed on Sunday at a signing ceremony in Sana’a the donation of US$ 5.7 million in support of the ‘Extension of Water and Sanitation Services in Rural Communities’ in Yemen.