January 29, 2014
The Yemen carrier was charged on November 15 in connection with the crash of an Airbus A310.
“Companies manipulate the system to give the impression that they have helped Saudis get employed,” Saeed Al-Asheikh, a member of council was quoted as saying in Arab News.
Turkish economy continues to develop while the Europe faces many economic hardships,” added the president.
"Significant amount" of the funding will come from the government, but there was also an opportunity for the private sector to invest during the build up to Expo 2020 and during the event itself.
Ahead of a news conference, Turkey and Iran signed a number of agreements on establishing a joint trade committee as well as a preferential trade agreement betweeen the two countries.
Professional job opportunities in the UAE have increased by 12 percent, according to recent data.
Lebanon’s trade deficit widened by 2.525 percent in 2013 compared to 2012 as exports fell by more than $480 million.
Rafik Hariri International Airport registered over 5 percent growth in the number of passengers in the year 2013, the General Directorate of Civil Aviation.
“On a per capita basis, total US aid to Egypt decreased from $44 in 1991 to $18.5 in 2013, the lowest compared to Jordon and Israel,” according to Dcode.
January 28, 2014
The smartphone market hit a milestone in 2013 with more than a billion shipped, a survey showed on Monday.
Ford Middle East posted record sales in 2013 with 85,000 cars sold, thanks in many ways to its top consumers in Lebanon.
The United Arab Emirates central bank's foreign currency assets fell to Dh269 billion ($73.2 billion) in October 2013 from $284.3 billion the previous month, representing the largest fall since 2009.
The Saudi government’s rising investment in infrastructure projects in the Kingdom would create nearly 2 million direct and another 2.5 million indirect jobs, local media.
Iraq plans to establish a state-funded investment bank to help finance big infrastructure projects and steer money towards private sector companies which need it.
Hotel guests will soon have to pay a “tourism dirham”. It is a fee that will be imposed on guests staying at hotels and hotel apartments in Dubai.