April 23, 2014
“This revised form will enable Jordanian trading companies to strengthen their competitive edge in both domestic and international markets,” the statement said.
April 22, 2014
Total sales reached Dhs5.917 billion (1.611 billion), 94 per cent higher than the Dhs3.043 billion ($828 million) reached during the same period last year.
As of May 27, all airlines will operate from Qatar's newly built and much anticipated Hamad International Airport.
Saudi Arabia will host a two-day waste management summit starting on Wednesday to push for a "green era" in the Kingdom.
Household spending on electronic items has jumped by over 62 percent, according to a consumer survey.
The three-day Careers UAE 2014 fair will secure hundreds of private and public sector jobs with over 160 companies participating in the event.
One of the biggest British "high street" brands Ted Baker, celebrated opening its first store in Africa on Monday in Cario Festival City Mall.
Mehleb pointed out that the government would not suspend its commodities and services subsidies; instead it is working on “redistributing and offering it to those who deserve help”.
April 21, 2014
S&P attributed this revision to the ability of Lebanese banks to finance the public debt thanks to the steady flow of deposits the lenders receive each year.
The new multi-billion dollar Al Zour refinery will be one of the largest oil refining plants worldwide.
These initiatives aims to boost the Kingdom’s potential for becoming the largest producer of solar energy in the world
The Gulf state is embroiled in a number of corruption allegations regarding the event, including being accused of buying the right to host the World Cup.
Qatar is expected to have a GDP of $230 billion by this fiscal year's end.
Sharjah Airport recorded the highest level of passenger traffic on record during the first quarter this year.
At least 26,000 tourists came to Egypt for the Easter holiday weekend in what was welcomed as a much-needed spike for the country's ailing tourism sector.