February 11, 2014
The overall message is that the US will continue vigorously to enforce its sanctions legislation and stands equally ready to progress towards the further relaxation of sanctions against Iran or to pass more restrictive measures.
The recently published report stated that the ongoing tensions in the region have affected economic growth, public coffers, unemployment, and inflation rates.
More and more Middle Eastern investors are flocking to Switzerland for banking services, citing crucial factors as banking secrecy and diverse investment products as premier Swiss selling points.
The price of okra has surged 150 percent in the retail market in the past couple of days with prices of other vegetables also going up considerably.
The UAE government has announced an international competition with a cash prize of $1 million for designs for the country's unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that will deliver government services in the country.
Egypt's interim government revealed its second stimulus package on Monday, which will inject $4.87 billion into the country's economy.
Qatar has begun construction on its first of five stadiums that it is building in preparation for its hosting of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
There are no plans to raise tuition fees at the Kingdom’s public universities for BA students.
Strikes by Mahalla workers against ousted president Mubarak’s regime gained widespread popularity and are believed by many activists and analysts in Egypt to have significantly contributed to setting the stage for the outbreak of the 25 January revolution.
It's time for the US to get right on board.
February 10, 2014
Sanctions against exports of Iranian carpet may be lifted in the second half of 2014, the director of the National Carpet Center director of announced on Sunday.
The majority of children in the Arab world are failing to learn while at school, a new report says.
Egypt has already received $3 billion in aid from the United Arab Emirates: a $1 billion grant and $2 billion loan in the form of an interest-free central bank deposit.
JP Morgan has cut its correspondent banking relationship with Emirates NBD, Dubai’s largest bank, as part of a global review of its business
Services would initially include delivery of identity cards, driving licenses and other permits, the news agency reported.