November 23, 2003
Bahrain-based Investcorp, a global investment group, today announced it has sold New York office property in partnership with Lincoln Equities Group of Rutherford, New Jersey, for a value of approxima
November 19, 2003
US President George Bush on Wednesday defended the attack on Iraq and vowed to win the war on terror during the first day of his state visit to the UK
The Kuwaiti government has approved the liberalization of its airline sector, allowing private firms to set up passenger and freight carriers in the country. The move was endorsed by the Council of Mi
Acer Computers has reported that its notebook sales have increased by 85 percent year-on-year in Kuwait. To date, both Acer's Celeron and Centrino-based notebooks have recorded strong sales results in
Drilling at Libya’s NC-100 oil block by the Turkish Petroleum Overseas Company (TPOC) - ONGC Videsh (OVL) consortium commenced earlier this month. Spudding of the well is considered to be an importan
November 15, 2003
Chief U.S. administrator L. Paul Bremer on Saturday presented Iraq's Governing Council with Bush administration's new policy proposals aimed at speedi
November 11, 2003
Jordan's King Abdullah II, left Amman on Tuesday heading for Kuwait on a brief visit during which he will hold talks with the Emir of Kuwait Sheikh Ja
Mashreqbank is now offering a comprehensive mortgage product with the launch of Home Loan, a finance facility for both residents and non-residents. The mortgage has been developed in cooperation w
November 9, 2003
A butcher from the Palestinian Balata refugee camp was shot dead due to his apparent refusal to close down his shop during a funeral procession.
Three blasts rocked a residential compound in the Saudi capital late Saturday night, killing 17 people and injuring 122, in what a government official
The Kuwait Commercial Markets Complex Company (KCMCC) and the Iraq Holding Company signed an agreement with the Governor of Basra, Wael Abdullatif, for the development of an entertainment park.
Kuwait's GSM market leads the Arab World in relatively low cost rates. The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain are close contenders with Oman and Saudi Arabia coming behind. Jordan and Palestine's rates
November 8, 2003
As a result of both security concerns and the need for rapid, low-cost deployment, wireless technologies are expected to dominate the voice, data, and Internet services markets in Iraq.
November 6, 2003
Bahrain's King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa returned home on Wednesday after a visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, during which he met with the King Fah
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei on Wednesday declared a macro plan for the Islamic Republic's economic, social and cultural develop