June 22, 2015
Qatar is the third largest producer of natural gas and top exporter of LNG in the world.
With a heavy spend on Ramadan ads, TV dramas, and high price items, has the Holy Month become a month of overindulgence?
June 21, 2015
Partnership with the Walt Disney Company is part of the Jerusalem Film Fund's strategy for luring creative investments to the city.
Prince Alwaleed bin Talal ranks 14th in a list dominated by Americans.
Eight ways to become a better manager.
The new Galaxy tab A is available in 8-inch and two 9.7-inch models.
Under the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, financial account information of US citizens and companies in the UAE will be handed over to the US Treasury.
Yemenis are taking advantage of the high demand for temporary workers in shops and restaurants.
Internet penetration is now at 76 percent in Jordan.
Surge in food prices prior to Ramadan 'artificial' due to wide availability of food previously earmarked for export, claim consumer groups.
A bank's eye-view of the loan application process.
The grant will bring much-needed support to vital services and social protection.
June 18, 2015
Kassem Hejeij was charged by the US Treasury with direct links to Hezbollah.
The UAE launched a state-owned bank Wednesday to finance housing and other projects for UAE citizens.
Total US crude oil imports for the week ending June 12 spiked more than 6 percent.
Iranian companies are carrying out a series of water and electricity supply projects in 30 countries, an official said Thursday.
The Dubai-based property developer will issue up to 600 million shares of its Egypt subsidiary.
King Abdullah said achieving sustainable growth must be the main goal of all economic plans in the country.
Israel's ambassador to Sweden intervenes to reverse the boycott of Israeli goods in three of Coop's stores in Varberg.
Prices of Ramadan staples such as nuts and apricot paste have skyrocketed due to the Egyptian government's ban on some imports.
Get rich quick schemes are almost always too good to be true. When it comes to investment, buyer beware!
A new report by Deloitte and the Dubai Islamic Economy Development Center finds that Islamic services will proliferate, but financing and technology gaps mean the market is largely untapped.
The Lebanese economic outlook remains gloomy, as the political inertia remains unresolved.