February 14, 2013
Security concerns are taking a toll on Tunisia tourism, Investir en Tunisie reported on Tuesday
Yemeni Central Bank’s interest rates on certificates of deposits (CDs) have reached an unprecedented low of 15 percent this week.
Lebanon's Prime Minister, Najib Mikati, intends to send the controversial salary scale package to Parliament for approval next week as the Union Coordination Committee prepares to stage an open-ended strike on Feb. 19 if the Cabinet fails to give them higher wages.
Egypt’s economy requires $100 billion to recover, $120 million of which are needed immediately, according to Amr Moussa, head of the Conference Party and member of the National Salvation Front said on Wednesday.
A government body in the UAE has rejected draft legislation that would have eased tight controls on foreign ownership of companies, with members citing security fears and threats to local businesses.
Monthly revenue from Egypt's Suez Canal declined by 4.6 per cent in January, with experts attributing the drop to political violence in canal cities.
February 13, 2013
Budget carrier flydubai, which posted its first full year profit on Wednesday, is in talks with Boeing and Airbus for a 50-plane order, the airline's chairman said on Wednesday.
A new high-tech system to promote safe rigging practices in Oman's oil and gas industry was launched on Monday.
The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) approved $450.8 million towards financing new development projects in member countries as well as Muslim communities in non-member countries.
Despite continued unrest in the small island nation, Bahrain's economy is forecast to grow by more than six per cent this year, say experts.
Sanctions on Iran caused the Islamic Republic’s oil revenue to drop by $40 billion in 2012, according to The International Energy Agency.
Bahrain Air ceased all operations and filed for voluntary liquidation in a surprise move last night.
Libya announced yesterday that its subsidiary, the Sirte Oil Company had shipped its first LPG cargo since the revolution
The Jordan Tourism Board (JTB) on Tuesday launched live feeds from a collection of web cameras overlooking some of the Kingdom's "most treasured and visited locations".
A new report has revealed that security spending in the MENA region is entering a period of sustained growth.