April 20, 2014
Fuel smuggling is common across North Africa and its extent has increased in the chaotic aftermath of the Arab Spring.
April 18, 2014
The world’s biggest smartphone maker has slashed prices of the S5, which rolled out globally on Friday, and offered a gift pack worth $600,.
The US government says it is going to sell an Iranian skyscraper in New York City in favor of anti-Tehran plaintiffs.
April 17, 2014
Iran shares oil and gas fields with most of its neighbors, including Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, as well as Oman and Turkmenistan.
Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour said this week that Jordan's economy is recovering and moving steadily forward despite the global financial crisis and the Syrian infighting.
Emirates Airline said on Thursday that runway upgrades at Dubai International would cut its revenues by Dh1 billion ($272 million) this year as it has to reduce flights to 41 destinations worldwide.
Positive reaction: Dubai's recently imposed fee on hotel guests had no negative feedback according to the head of the city's tourism authority.
Families in Abu Dhabi households reportedly spend an average of $1,498 on landlines and mobile phones while $1,004 is spent on education.
According to a STR Global Construction Pipeline Report, 573 hotels are expected to open across the Middle East and Africa.
The exhibition considered the biggest family gathering in the field of weddings and fashion as it involves more than 80 companies around the world
The interim government is currently preparing a new economic stimulus package that will focus on the industrial, housing and construction, communication and tourism sectors.
April 16, 2014
Bahraini banks will be fully ready to implement the Basel III international banking standards on new capital requirements by next year, the governor of the Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) said
The national airline of the UAE racked up $1.4 billion in revenues as it transported 3.2 million passengers, higher by over 14 per cent year-on-year
Consumer Confidence grew by 10 percent in 2013 according to the Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development.
The Qatari government has pledged an estimated $182 billion into infrastructure, focussing on eco-friendly green building over next five years.