April 28, 2015
We know ‘it’ matters. Some go to war for it. Professional sports teams draft for it. Actors audition to show they have it.
The study noted that the Syria conflict had no impact on Lebanese merchandise and services exports at the aggregate level.
Indian nationals have emerged the largest non-Arab investors in Dubai’s real estate market.
April 27, 2015
The company ceased to assemble cars in preparation for leaving the Egyptian market by May
Apparently, secrecy and shame about money-related problems is still rife.
Middle East businesses are spending less than 1 per cent of their overall IT budgets on security, leaving them vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Is this a turnaround? Has the bottom arrived? Is this sustainable? The debate is on!
The GCC consulting market grew by more than 15 per cent to $2.5 billion in 2014.
Egypt's foreign reserves are expected to rise to over $20 billion after the recent Gulf deposits.
Not so targeted consequences? The risk of targeted sanctions for GCC firms, individuals, and charities
Sanctions can have devastating effects, which, of course, is the intention of those imposing them.
Middle East airlines are playing a major role in providing connectivity to non-traditional destinations from Brazil as an increasing number of Brazilians now seeking newer travel options.
The closure severed its most important trade route to the outside
The Islamic banking industry in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) is set to achieve $683 billion of Shariah-compliant assets by 2019.
The Dubai index may consolidate in a range with a tough resistance at the keenly-watched 4,200 level.
April 26, 2015
Saudi Arabia’s hospitality market can expect to witness high levels of new supply over the next three years.
In order to have a great talent pool for a certain job it is important to include both passive and active candidates.
In many societies being rich is admirable, but saying that you want to be rich is somehow frowned upon.
Policymakers need to urgently address Lebanon’s longstanding and worsening structural bottlenecks
Turkey, having invested in ambitious Asian and African initiatives to expand market penetration and build political capital, has missed a golden opportunity to make its case.
The move holds significant potential for the market’s growth and importance over the coming years, Deloitte said in a study.
The Cairo and Giza Tobacco Traders Association expects a decrease in tax proceeds of EGP 2bn ($262 million) in the current fiscal year’s national budget.
Dubai skyscrapers have emerged as among the cheapest per square foot in the world for prime office rents.
The anti-BDS law cannot stifle international boycotts, which continue to gather momentum
The total included legitimate trade deals in the course of lobbying in the run up to the 2010 vote for the tournament.
In the face of strong competition from China, the traditional, locally produced Palestinian headscarf has put up a show of resistance
A study is being carried out to assess the feasibility of legalising the status of tens of thousands of foreign nationals working illegally in Bahrain.
The world's biggest oil exporter, having abandoned last year its role of keeping global markets in balance.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the country’s dependence on oil revenues will drop to its lowest level ever in the current Iranian year (which began on March 21).
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April 24, 2015
You thought you did pretty well at impressing but find that coveted offer letter still evades you.
April 23, 2015
Companies in Egypt are racing to meet the rising demand for mineral water in Upper Egypt in the wake of a barge, carrying 500 tonnes of phosphate.
The hundreds of billions of dollars that would flow into investments in Saudi Arabia once its $530 billion capital market opens up is likely to give a major boost.
U.S. authorities are deeply concerned about the financial capabilities of ISIS.
Özince's remarks came on the heels of existing uncertainty in financial markets that have sparked the exit of foreign lenders from the country.
A Continental Free Trade agreement between 26 African countries is to be launched from Egypt in June.
Apple’s first smartwatch will be available in the UAE on Saturday, but from the grey market, for a hefty premium.
What is more likely to happen instead is that rents will generally remain stable.