February 26, 2014
Executive business jet buyers in the Middle East will continue to hold significant purchasing power in 2014 as traditional markets in Europe and North America look to bounce back.
Sudan's ministry of foreign affairs has disclosed that Sudanese financial assets amounting to $48.2 million are frozen in the United States under decade-long sanctions imposed by Washington on Khartoum.
The Bank of Israel cut the rate because of what may happen in the coming months.
February 25, 2014
A Saudi Arabia based firm is investing $100 million in Maldives' tourist industry, according to reports Tuesday.
Gaza may be home to natural gas deposits, according to a Hamas MP this week.
Subway now has 500 locations in the Middle East and Africa region opened for business.
Establishing an industrial park in Iran and creating a joint shipping line are also part of the roadmap, ISNA quoted Behrouz Alishiri as saying.
Dubai is stepping up its green campaign with new developments underway to build more eco-friendly communities in the UAE.
Pakistan’s food exports to the UAE have huge potential to jump three-fold to $1.2 billion compared to $400 million in 2013.
Morocco is diversifying its export market in a bid to develop trade with Gulf Arab countries and also reduce its reliance on Europe.
Commenting on Turkey’s complaint to the International Court of Arbitration about the price of the gas Iran supplies to Turkey, Araqi said Iran will not accept any request from Turkey to lower the price
“By 2020, we want to reach $6 billion (Dh22 billion),” said Yves Manghardt, chairman and chief executive officer of Nestle Middle East.
Egypt’s army-backed government is trying to attract foreign money back into the country and create jobs to ease social discontent as it manages the biggest Arab nation’s difficult transition to elections this year.
“Mark really understands that for WhatsApp to stay successful it really needs to stay independent,” he said.
February 24, 2014
“The end result of the National Tourism Sector Strategy 2030 will be a thriving tourism sector that will be ready to handle the demands of the 2022 FIFA World Cup and far beyond."