January 12, 2014
On 27 October, the government signed an agreement with UAE to finance development projects valued at $2.8bn as a part of the second package
January 9, 2014
WALDORF Astoria Hotels & Resorts, Hilton Worldwide’s luxury brand, announced Wednesday the opening of Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah
UAE-based restaurant chain Just Falafel will expand to US and Canada starting in 2014, and expects to open at least 160 new restaurants in North America over the next five years.
Sharjah, in its first sovereign credit ratings, has been assigned A-class economy with stable outlook by two leading agencies that will help strengthen the emirate’s investment profile.
Saudi Arabia has raised airfares from India to Jeddah 150% ahead of Prophet Mohammad's (peace be upon him) birthday.
The Central Bank of Egypt has eased restrictions on foreign currency transfers abroad, allowing individuals to make a one-time transfer of up to $100,000 this calendar year.
Oman’s average monthly household income rose 83.9 per cent in the period between 2001 and 2011 from OMR637.53 ($1,654) to OMR1,172.258 ($3,044)
PGGM has withdrawn its investments in five Israeli banks over their activities in West Bank settlements.
Al-Ferraj said that the line’s station in Madinah is now 52 percent complete.
January 8, 2014
DENNY’S has signed a franchise agreement for the development of 30 new Denny’s restaurants in the Middle East over the next 10 years
Israel will build a 15 kilometer pipeline from the Dead Sea to Jordan in 2015, sources told "Bloomberg."
It should have been the press conference remembered for launching the world’s largest ultra high-definition television, but instead it’s going down as the time Michael Bay panicked and ran off stage at CES.
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the chairman of Kingdom Holding Company and one of the richest individuals in the world, was ranked number one in Arabian Business Magazine's Most Influential Arabs of 2013
The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan needs $750 million during the next three years to meet its rising demand for water resources.
Bahrain MPs approved a bill this week that ensures all Bahrainis receive at least a minimum wage of $792 a month in the private sector