August 21, 2014
Gone with the wind: Jordan cancels plans to build 5 additional wind power plants due to lack of support from the Gulf
The ministry cancelled the projects after failing to secure funds from Arab Gulf states to finance the expansion of the national grid’s capacity.
After the cannons have stopped roaring and an arrangement between Israel and Hamas is emerging, the shekel is suddenly showing weakness.
Sony has announced the launch of what it dubs ‘world’s most waterproof phone’, the Xperia M2 Aqua, a variant of the mid-range Xperia M2.
Getting fancy: Jordan's impending 18-hole golf course to be one of three most eco-friendly in the world
The 18-hole Ayla grass golf course project was designed by Greg Norman, one of the world’s “leading golf course designers.”
Saeed Al-Bassami,has revealed that Saudization is one of the main challenges facing the surface transportation sector in the Kingdom.
August 20, 2014
Internet companies such as Google and Facebook Inc do not offer their services to children under 13, but it is tough to catch users who sign up by providing false information.
Libya may be on the brink of chaos but it is gradually boosting output in the vital oil sector after a crisis blocked export terminals for a year.
This new service gives customers the ability to withdraw cash and send money to their friends, family or anyone in the UAE instantly using their mobile phone, even if the recipient does not have a bank account.
Megaprojects in the pipeline and the ramping up of social infrastructure spend is boosting the market, says new report.
The Glasgow City Council sparked criticism from pro-Israeli circles when it decided to raise the Palestinian flag in the wake of the ongoing conflict between the Israeli regime and the Palestinians in the impoverished Gaza.
Electricity deficit increases to approximately 6,180MW, no solution in sight
Labor Ministry spokesman Tayseer Al-Mufarrej said that the new arrangement was aimed at protecting the interests of both sponsors and workers during their contractual period of employmen
Fully booked for post-sanctions business: Iran's five star hotels are buzzing with Western business delegations
“All the five-star hotels are full of Western companies looking to position themselves to do business."
What doesn't kill you, makes your stronger: why the Arab Bank is likely to emerge from the Israeli lawsuit 'unscathed with flying colors'
Experts and economists believe the bank will emerge unscathed with flying colours, dismissing the case as a political attempt by American Zionist organisations looking to discredit the Palestinian cause.
August 19, 2014
Some international banks have started shrinking in Saudi Arabia even as the kingdom plans to open its $577 billion stock exchange to direct international investment
Thirteen percent of recent Lebanese graduates said that the availability of jobs in Lebanon was ‘moderate’ and none of them considered the availability of jobs in the country to be ‘high.’
Egypt has selected a Saudi consultancy to draw up the plan for the government's mega project to transform the Suez Canal waterway into a hub of international investment and free trade zones.
Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour criticised the JTA for planning the strike, accusing them of playing politics and taking students as hostages to their demands.
Out of character or perfectly in character? President of Jordan's Chamber of Commerce calls on boycott of Israeli goods
In response to brutal Israeli attacks on Gaza, Jordan Chamber of Commerce (JCC) President Nael Kabariti called on Jordanian traders and importers to boycott Israeli goods and ports
Beyond unholy consumption and artificial beaches: what's it going to take for Dubai to become a city of medical tourism?
From VIP packages to the most affordable ones, the packages will cover wellness and seven areas of treatment such as orthopaedic and sports medicine.
The Interior and Labor ministries have stepped up their campaign to drive out residency and labor rule violators across the Kingdom after arresting nearly 8,500 foreigners in the Makkah region over the past two months.
With millions of new property listings appearing online every day, it is an increasing struggle to make yours stand out amongst the crowd.
The Saudi Tadawul All Share Index rose 0.48 percent to close at 10,639.04 points, its highest finish since January 2008 and its 13th gain in the 15 sessions since authorities announced plans to allow direct foreign ownership of shares early next year.
Qatargas is the world's largest LNG producing company with a production capacity of 42 MTA.
Turkey has requested that the United States remove barriers regarding the purchase of oil coming from Iraqi Kurdistan