July 24, 2015
Egypt is targeting a GDP growth rate of 4.5 to 4.7 percent in the first quarter of the fiscal year.
July 23, 2015
The Saudi Railways Organization has increased the frequency of trains between Riyadh and Dammam.
Bahrain's non-oil sectors outdid growth projections, expanding by five percent in the first quarter.
The Palestinian Minister of Housing and Public Works said reconstruction of the Gaza Strip started Tuesday.
Egypt's Suez Canal revenues continued to fall in June for the fourth consecutive month.
Germany's tech giant won a major contract to construct three substations in Qatar.
A senior Iranian government official said Tehran has successfully negotiated more than $2 billion worth of trade deals.
UAE consumers are hitting the shops over the next few days.
The sale of 1,500 TOW 2A missiles to Lebanon has been allowed by the State Department.
Authorities are looking into the option of a direct route to transport goods to Iraq after Baghdad's border closure.
Sony may need to address an issue before the price is worth all of its benefits.
The furniture giant issued a safety warning for 27 million chests and dressers.
Lebanon will receive $450 million from an international donors conference in Kuwait.
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July 22, 2015
Worldwide shipments of devices are expected to reach 2.5 billion units in 2015.
The number of Palestinian women in the labor force remains among the lowest in the world.
Deregulated fuel prices in the UAE left mixed reactions from the Emirates' residents.
The retail company paid the Muslim $25,000 to settle a lawsuit after it refused to hire a woman who wore a hijab.
Egypt's prosecution announced Wednesday it collected more than $1.5 billion in tax evasion cases and real estate.
The low interest rate environment is also conducive to deal making, enabling cheaper borrowing to finance deals.
Israeli occupation authorities have allowed the entry of 500 trucks loaded with goods.
An Egyptian criminal court sentenced Ahmed Nazif to five years in prison and ordered him to pay a $6.8 million fine.
The Israeli Civil Administration on Wednesday delivered five home demolition orders to the town of Jit in Qaliqliya.
Kataeb's party leader accused company Sukleen of blackmailing Lebanon to renew its own contract.
Iran and Germany discussed expanding banking cooperation.
Fixing the disparity of pay starts with greater transparency.
Sometimes the best way to go is to indulge.
Microsoft's CEO wants to ramp up the company's offering of apps for smartphones.
Jordan's prime minister on Tuesday called for expediting efforts to provide comprehensive health insurance.
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July 21, 2015
An official said Monday Jordan's flow of agricultural exports hasn't been affected by Iraq's border closure.
The JOC Port Productivity report ranked the UAE's port the most productive in 2014.
Jordan is turning to contingency measures to try to revive its tourism industry.
The price for crude oil stayed consistent despite pessimistic predictions.
The project will be developed in District 11 of Mohammed Bin Rashid al-Maktoum City.
The IMF said measures to raise taxes would boost revenues, reduce pollution and give an incentive to improve public transportation.
More employees are looking for flexible ways and times to work.
The Gaza Strip was reduced to eight hours of electricity a day on Tuesday after its sole power plant shut down.
Some European companies have already marked out their target markets.
Windows 10 is set to launch at special events in 13 cities around the world.
A total of 41,042 Egyptian and foreign tourists visited the Giza Pyramids during the three days of Eid.
No one wants enemies in the office.
Saving money is a challenge, but start with keeping track of it.
A drone owner attached a semi-automatic gun to a quadcopter that can shoot while it flies.
Byblos Bank chairman Francois Bassil said Iran has huge potential for Lebanese banks.
Cairo is one of the most polluted and dirtiest cities in the world.
Israeli cloud security firm Adallom became the tech giant's tenth outright acquisition in Israel.