November 21, 2013
Iran exported $5.6 billion worth of goods to Iraq in the first half of the current Iranian calendar year, which began on March 21, the chairman of Iran-Iraq joint chamber of commerce said on Wednesday.
The UAE has the most attractive tax framework in the world and the least demanding, according to a report by the World Bank Group and PwC.
Jordan's government is planning to hire more medical cadres and teachers next year in response to rising demand-and pressure-on health and educational services due to the growing influx of Syrian refugees.
At the closing plenary of the World Economic Forum, UAE's Minister of Economy said that political instability in the Middle East North Africa (MENA) region will challenge economies worldwide.
Saudi-Chinese trading escalated to $73 billion in 2012, reaffirming KSA's position as the biggest trade partner of the east Asian country for the past ten years.
Etihad is set to acquire a 24% stake in India's Jet Airways
A school in Dubai looks set to close despite parents pledging to pay fee increases of 20 per cent to keep it open.
After long last, we're really going to be able to switch to a different network and keep the same number on our business cards. Excuse me while I dance for a bit, K?
November 20, 2013
Qatar, which enjoys the “highest” sovereign ratings in the Middle East and “sound” external position, has the lowest break-even oil price in the Gulf region, according to global credit rating agency Moody’s.
Saudi Arabia met with UN representatives at this year's climate change conference to share best practices its green energy programs.
GCC investment interests in Egypt are rising ahead of a joint GCC-Egypt forum scheduled for early December.
UAE's Telecommunication and Regulatory Authority and Infocomm's Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) signed official agreements this week to strengthen their collaboration within the field of telecommunications and information and communications technology.
Dubai's real estate market has rebounded after the 2009 global financial crisis.
Saudi Arabia’s banks recorded a profitable first nine months of 2013.
Spurred on by events such as the FIFA World Cup, the Middle East will see over 1 trillion dollars in construction over the next twenty years.