February 23, 2014
The agreements reflect the broad range of relations between the two countries across a number of sectors, from chemicals to financial services and from ICT to health care.
The conference will also discuss opportunities for the two countries to launch joint investments in other countries.
February 20, 2014
The contract, worth $500 million was mediated by US Deputy Assistant Secretary for Energy Diplomacy at the State Department Amos Hochstein,
The value represents 28 percent of some $519 billion that have been poured into ongoing projects or will be invested in projects in the pipeline.
The value of the deals was not disclosed but local media put the figure at around $4.0 billion (2.9 billion euros).
Saudi Arabia exported more crude oil in 2013 than in any year since at least 2002, according to official statistics posted on the website of the Joint Organizations Data Initiative (JODI).
Tourism is being ranked a top priority for Saudi tourism officials.
Facebook today announced that it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire WhatsApp.
These projects are intended to gradually raise the production of phosphate by 50 per cent until 2018
Dubai-based Mashreq has announced the launch of a limited edition FIFA World Cup Mashreq Visa card, aimed at attracting football fans ahead of the mega event this year.
According to the International Monetary Fund, about $78 billion of debt held by Dubai and its state-linked entities will come due between 2014 and 2017.
February 19, 2014
The survey evaluates countries in terms of their attentiveness to the needs of Muslim travellers
Britain has reached an agreement over the rising cost of providing Saudi Arabia with Typhoon Eurofighter jets, British defence company BAE Systems said on Wednesday.
Since its liberation from Israeli occupation more than 30 years ago, Egypt's Sinai Peninsula has suffered from serious underdevelopment and what residents describe as neglect by the government.
The Saudi Ministry of Labor recently tackled 2,034 cases of expatriates not working for their sponsors, according to a deputy labor minister.