July 20, 2015
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July 19, 2015
Saudi Arabia ramped up oil production to an all-time record high in June, but it may lead to a rising budget deficit.
Sales of Chevrolet, Cadillac and GMC vehicles have seen a 21 percent boost for the month of June compared with the same month last year.
The country will recover over $100 billion in assets currently frozen by sanctions.
Bahrain's economy is expected to grow by at least four percent this year despite global financial challenges, an executive said.
Declining oil and gas output and increasing consumption has turned the country into a net energy importer.
Analysts say Iran's annual import demands could hit $200 billion by 2020.
The port city of Aqaba is the preferred destination for Jordanian holiday makers.
Cutbacks at the UNRWA could affect dozens of schools managed by the agency.
Increasing rent and living costs make it more difficult for people to spend wisely.
Facebook is letting users shop on the site without ever having to leave.
The greeting card industry is quickly declining with new digital alternatives.
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Dubai's national carrier said it has deployed its A380 plane to handle the Eid travelers.
July 18, 2015
Muslim institutions have reported an increase in charity payments in 2015.
Crompton Greaves was awarded a major contract by Saudi Electricity Company.
Apple users may be at risk for a scam that says it can help "fix your phone."
July 17, 2015
Political groups should not obstruct the work of the Cabinet, a coalition leader said Thursday.
July 16, 2015
It might not be what you expect.
Coffee shops tend to hire more people to keep up with delivery orders and customer needs.
The popular supermarket chain was fined by the Dubai Municipality after a customer spotted the cockroaches.
Global markets didn't see much of a change after Iran and world powers reached an agreement Thursday.
A senior US official said Washington is committed to ending the row between the two bordering countries.
Raids will focus on areas with the highest number of stores selling pirated media.
Iranian trade will be boosted, but the country needs billions of dollars of investment to make meaningful gains.
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Competition may get fiercer if the social media giant decides to launch a streaming music service.
July 15, 2015
Dozens of Palestinian families that fled to Lebanon are left homeless after the UN relief agency stopped paying for refugee rent fees.
Lifting sanctions on Iran means the country will be able to increase its oil exports.
Retailers in the Emirates are offering discounts and bundled offers for Arabs and tourists alike.
A UAE company is hiring 3,000 employees as it undertakes a massive development project.
Iran's shipping lines have been removed from the US list of companies designated for sanctions.
Beirut's hotel industry was hoping for a rebound this year — it didn't happen.
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High viewership during Ramadan and peak advertising revenue has led to some channels with total ad times being twice as long as the programs being shown.
The Nobel Prize winner visited Azraq refugee camp to launch her support for refugee girls' education in Jordan.
Lebanon seeks to re-establish banking ties and tap into Iran's agriculture, finance, transportation and service sectors.
July 14, 2015
The Qatari television network bought Turkey's Digiturk on Monday.
The hospital employees gathered outside the hospital to protest a six-month salary delay.