March 25, 2014
Egypt's Electrical Agency has launched an internet application that is designed to help Egyptians reduce their electricity consumption ahead of the summer blackout season.
Saudi Arabia's legislation over the past few months has forced more than 50 per cent of KSA contracting firms to close their doors.
The Sudanese ministry of finance of Sudan signed a number of agreements China in the fields of launching new oil exploration efforts, development projects in addition to the approval of additional loans.
While the business tourism sector currently accounts for 20 per cent of tourism in Dubai, experts project it will grow at the same pace as tourism in the emirate.
London has taken in over 11.7 billion pounds of Islamic investment in the last 10 years, making it the largest Islamic financial center in the Western world.
Bank al Etihad on Monday announced that its internal auditing process has unveiled an embezzlement case concerning withdrawal of JD207,000 using two fake credit cards.
In the region, Yahoo has partnered with Egyptian comedian Ahmed Helmy and will be sending him to Brazil during the tournament to provide entertaining Arabic content around football, the firm confirmed.
March 24, 2014
The new Audi A8 L was released in the Bahrain market this week.
Saudi Arabia is projected to be the most competitive economy by 2020 due to its integration and development of its IT sector and solutions.
Dubai expects to attract one million cruise tourists by 2020.
One of the oldest parks in Dubai is undergoing a transformation. Satwa Reservoir Park will become the first solar-powered park in Dubai by the end of this year.
Egypt’s economic growth rate increased by 0.4 percent in the second quarter of the current fiscal year 2013/14 compared to the previous quarter, to reach 1.4 percent.
Hewn from the rocks of the Al Hajar mountains, a $600 million dream is taking shape in Oman which is expected to give the Sultanate's real estate market a boost.
The index rose 1.3% to 9,425 points, its highest level since July 2008.
Egyptian Tourism Minister Hisham Zaazou said on Saturday that the tourism sector is completely collapsed, adding that he plans to make great changes in management to improve conditions.