August 27, 2013
Abe, who is the first Japanese prime minister to visit the country, said "friendly and co-operative relations with Bahrain" will be strengthened.
August 26, 2013
Bahrain has become the first country in the Gulf to lift restrictions on food imports from Japan imposed following the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011.
The GCC visa is expected to reinvigorate tourism, business, shopping travel and economic activities in the member countries.
Named Makkah Gate, the residential and administrative city will be developed under a public-private partnership on the Makkah-Jeddah Highway with 45 districts.
Analysts have said that the uptake of online banking in the region is quite low compared to other markets, but the shifting demographics and consumer profiles indicate that the retail banking landscape will soon change.
Led by two leading property developers, Emmar and Deyaar, Dubai shares jumped to the highest since November 2008 on Sunday.
Academic exposure to the field has been previously limited to selected courses or training programs.
Financial markets are often adversely affected by political uncertainty and security breaches. However, in Egypt, the case has been different in terms of stocks and t-bills.
The deal will allow Lebanese brokers and developers to use Propertyfiner’s vast network, as well as its advanced technology, and gives Propertyfinder greater reach throughout the region.
August 25, 2013
The company sold phosphate to Ethiopia at “slightly below cost price” in order to re-enter the Ethiopian market lost in a tender last year due to high competition from neighbouring countries,
Egypt’s government mulls over switching to Value-Added Tax (VAT) as a backbone for financial discipline and social justice, the finance ministry said on Friday.
"It is an agreement of cooperation and solidarity with our oil industry... a sale of fuel at a fair price," Jaua said at a press conference.
Emerging must develop tools to control credit flows or risk relinquishing any independent monetary policy, a study shows.
McDonald’s franchisee for the western and the southern regions of Saudi Arabia, has opened three new restaurants – one in each of Jeddah, Jizan and Mahyel Aseer
“We want our money [back], we are going hungry. We have too many problems. We have to pay our rent, everything else,” said an Indian resident who invested $78,800.