June 30, 2014
Boosted by aid worth billions of dollars from Gulf Arab countries after Sisi deposed Islamist president Mohamed Morsi last July, Egypt’s 2013/14 budget deficit was set to shrink to around 11 per cent of GDP from some 14 per cent the year before.
Monthly analysis by the economic division of the Israel Manufacturers Association presents worrying figures showing a continued decline in Israel's industrial exports
The escalation of violence in Iraq threatens investments in one of the world’s most important oil reserves, as Iraq was expected to become the world’s largest oil exporte
A high commission set up to develop the regulations ensuring retailers close at 9 p.m. has completed its task.
The value of the agreement is estimated at some $30 billion.