March 17, 2013
America is committed to establishing economic partnership and to help in creating the necessary conditions that make Libya an attractive destination for foreign investment, US Secretary of State, John Kerry, said last week.
Farmers in north and south Lebanon woke up Saturday to swarms of locusts invading their gardens and crops as the Agriculture Ministry said it would investigate the phenomena brought on by the sudden rise in temperatures.
The Bank of Sharjah approves 10% cash dividend to shareholders
Staff at Beirut international airport will man the barricades with other civil servants if the government doesn't refer the wage scale to Parliament this week.
Egypt’s criminal court acquitted former ministers of tourism and housing Zuhair Garana and Ahmed El-Maghrabi of corruption charges on Saturday
March 14, 2013
The Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) has announced an initiative to boost investment in Egypt's battered tourism sector.
Civil servants in Lebanon's long running pay increase dispute have protested outside Beirut's port.
A number of measures aimed at resolving the recent diesel shortage crisis are in the pipeline, said Hossam Qassem, the official in charge of the fuel dossier for Egypt’s presidency, to state-owned news agency MENA on Wednesday.
Qatar has begun talks with the UK government to invest up to £10 billion ($14.92 billion) into key infrastructure projects in Britain.
$45 million is to be spent digitally mapping Sana'a, the capital of Yemen,.
Just days after the World Bank extended financing to Small and Medium Sized enterprises in Jordan, sparks are flying over a programme designed to help SMEs.
The UAE economy is expected to sustain an annual growth rate above 4 per cent in 2013, the Minister of Economy Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansouri said yesterday.
The US and EU have imposed tough trade restrictions on Tehran but the state may get its hands on US origin wheat.
President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Suma Chakrabarti, will visit Jordan next week.
Egypt and India have agreed to boost mutual trade to $8 billion per year by 2015.