April 27, 2014
"Of course I don't want prices to go up, but the reality is that the prices have to become real," said a 30-year-old communication specialist in Tehran. "But I expect more services from the government in return, such as health and transportation."
The 5th UAE-US Economic Policy Dialogue, attended by government representatives of both countries, has concluded in Abu Dhabi.
April 26, 2014
More than 4,000 in Finland will transfer to Microsoft and the Nokia headquarters in Espoo, near the Finnish capital, Helsinki, will be taken over by the US giant.
Talks on solving the dispute between Israel and Lebanon over the border of their exclusive economic zones (EEZ) are on the rocks
Stipulations set for the entire aid package outlined that Egypt must maintain its strategic relationship with the US and fulfil its obligations under the peace treaty with Israel.
April 24, 2014
The Kingdom has begun the first phase of the $7.2 billion project, which will create 15,000 jobs.
Muscat will award contracts shortly for construction to take place on two hotels, according to Oman Daily Observer.
Etihad Airways launched a new social media strategy in the form of a hashtag in an attempt to engage more with customers.
India is due to pay $1.65 billion to Iran within the next three months as part of a nuclear agreement with the world's six powers and Tehran to release an outstanding balance of frozen Iranian funds, thought to be over $4 billion.
Dubai Investments, the largest investment company listed on the Dubai Financial Market (DFM), has raised the foreign ownership limit in the company from the existing 20 percent to 35 percent.
The foundation and piling works, one of the most important and difficult stages of the project, took 12 months to complete, the JEC said.The JEC seeks to achieve new world records using latest technologies for foundation works of high rise buildings.
April 23, 2014
Earlier this year, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that he considered Iran to be “his second home” during a visit to Tehran aimed at strengthening economic ties between the neighboring countries.
Construction work has started on the expansion of the UK Maritime Component Command complex in Bahrain, creating a bigger partnership between British authorities and their Bahraini counterparts.
Asian countries including the world's fastest growing superpowers, India and China will overtake America's position as the biggest exporters to Israel in 2014.
Occidental Petroleum Corporation (Oxy) will invest further in Oman to help boost production in 2014.