May 18, 2014
The over one kilometre tall Kingdom Tower will replace Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, 828 metres tall, as the highest in the world.
May 16, 2014
"If these reports are correct, then dire consequences will be inevitable," the Iraqi oil official said. "This is a seriously dangerous development. ...and now if this is proved true then they are going too far."
Turkey's total employment rate stood at 44.1 percent in the month of February, 63.3 percent among men and 25.4 percent among women.
May 15, 2014
Manufacturers Association president, "This emergency requires an immediate response."
Iran has tried to bring more foreign companies into its energy sector since securing sanctions relief from a November interim agreement to temporarily curb its nuclear activities.
Locals interviewed near the power plant Wednesday said they first noticed the pollution Sunday, likening it to oil spills that once frequently plagued the coast in the area.
Acquiring LSG would boost Dnata’s global footprint by adding 210 catering facilities in 54 countries.
The processing centre, also the very first of its kind in the region, will be a one-stop-shop for debit and prepaid processing, fraud risk services, ATM processing, customer care and reporting/analytics.
May 14, 2014
“The relationship will be redefined as between employee and employer instead of sponsor and sponsored,” the interior ministry said on Facebook
Sold 60,000 units in the UAE and also getting it right in Saudi Arabia
Arabtec will also receive certain rights to use the Manchester City logo, in addition to tickets and programmes for prominent figures to attend the club’s games
" The Kingdom can import electricity from Egypt during the day time and re-export it in the evening," he said.
This May, football enthusiasts across the Middle East will have the unique opportunity to participate in the business of football by investing in the region’s only online retail shop dedicated to football products.
Development of the Saudi petrochemical sector is part of Riyadh's strategy for diversifying the economy away from heavy dependence on crude export revenues.
The UAE operator has bought into Maroc Telecom through a separate legal entity, Etisalat International North Africa