August 18, 2014
"Egypt has a new vision, that will not affect Egypt's water share, and we are expecting that the other party responds to it," said El-Moghazi.
The combined net profits of six out of seven Lebanese banks operating in Syria dropped 54 percent in the first half of 2014.
Saudi women married to expats to finally receive housing support.....under a series of ridiculous conditions
The housing crisis in Saudi Arabia is considered to be one of the biggest problems in society as over 70 percent of Saudi nationals do not own their own homes.
Benzene is a carcinogen that can cause leukemia if not handled properly and n-hexane has been linked to nerve damage
August 17, 2014
Qatar can draw useful lessons from the experience of countries and cities which hosted major sporting events.
Many resource-rich countries in the region do not perform as well on social and environmental indicators when compared to countries of similar per capital wealth.
This is the slowest rate of growth since the recession in the first half of 2009 and follows growth of 2.8% in the first quarter of 2014.
The sector continued to recover from the 2008 crisis and its related weakness that lingered until 2010.
The Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA) has confirmed the safety of Lipton tea products in Abu Dhabi markets, following the circulation of rumours through YouTube, alleging the existence of hallucination pills in the company’s products.
The certificates, agreed upon by President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi as a source of financing the new Suez Canal project, will be issued through public sector banks over a period of 5 years.
Tawfik does not see in the Suez Canal project a “new Toshka,” though he does believe financial and economic studies are necessary to ensure this.
Former U.S. Vice President Al Gore sued Al Jazeera, claiming the satellite news provider owned by the Qatari royal family owes him and a partner $65 million.
Natural gas will be supplied to Jordan through the Arab Gas Pipeline, which is a natural gas pipeline that stretches from Egypt into Jordan and other neighbouring countries.
A clash of civilizations: are foreigners newly entering the Saudi stock market about to face a culture shock?
Saudi Arabia is one of the last major markets in the world to open up, so the reform is attracting massive interest among international fund managers
Global jewelry demand, which represents more than half of total global demand, was unsurprisingly down 30 percent year-on-year to 510 tons.
Forget North America’s shale revolution, the world needs Middle East oil for long-term sustainability and to quench growing global demand for fossil fuels.
A lose-lose situation: Egyptian suspension of gas supplies to Jordan and leads to 75% decline in exports
Egypt has ceased exporting gas to Jordan several times this year due to the tense situation in Sinai and multiple explosions on the export pipeline.
A lucrative setting: Apple to expand retail operations in the Gulf through establishing official stores
With retail operations in just 16 countries, Apple offers a wider range of services and experiences in its official stores than are available from authorized and unauthorized resellers.