July 20, 2014
The Kuwait- and Dubai-listed company said the results were due to increased occupancy rates in recently completed residential developments and strong rental yields.
Dubai One, the Dubai government-owned English-language television channel, confirmed on Friday it is no longer producing content locally.
Sabic, which is 70 per cent state-owned, attributed the rise in profits to higher production and sales volumes as well as higher prices for products.
The flow of traffic on the busiest highway in Dubai will not be impacted and the number of lanes will be kept the same, the RTA has said.
"The contract is worth about 1 billion euros and was finalised last month," a French diplomatic source said. "It's the first big deal since we sold Mirage fighters (warplanes) about 20 years ago."
July 17, 2014
Exhausted after a long day of work under the blazing desert sun, the migrants spend the afternoon searching for a place to sleep on the streets of Doha.
Qatar Airways gave Boeing a lift on Wednesday, concluding a deal for 50 of the US planemaker's revamped long-haul passenger jets and proposing to buy the same amount again.
Arab Bank has been expanding across several Middle Eastern countries and has built a reputation for stability in a region shaken by conflict and political upheaval, partly thanks to diversified investments.
Kuwait’s construction sector has witnessed high growth at a steady pace, driven by the announcement of several infrastructure projects in recent times.
Having scaled the heights of Earth with the world's tallest tower, the United Arab Emirates is now aiming for the stars, or just a little bit closer, with an ambitious trip to Mar
July 16, 2014
Total outstanding loans received from abroad, based on a remaining maturity basis, that the Turkish private sector is obliged to repay within 12 months
Turkey attracted several billion dollars in privatization revenues last year driven by sell-offs in the energy sector and is now trying to focus on more profitable sales after some tender revenues came in below expectations.
Located just three kilometres from Burj Khalifa, the exclusive, ultra-stylish yet family-orientated community has more than 30 per cent of the 185-acre project dedicated to green living and is now offering its luxury homes for sale.
"We are a very demanding customer, we want everything to be absolutely perfect. It is absolutely disappointing to Qatar Airways."
"As you know our region is going through a lot of instability. What we bought are weapons to defend Qatar," he said.