September 28, 2015
GS EPS, South Korea's largest independent power producer, has inaugurated Asia's largest biomass power plant in partnership with Oman's Oil Company.
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The country has reduced its oil dependence as petroleum prices continue to nosedive.
The Housing and Development Bank is reserving residential units for Egyptians struggling to find affordable apartments.
Profits in the country's hotel industry are expected to rise by nearly two-fold in a span of six years.
Housing investors in Lebanon are shying away from large apartments as more buyers need affordable buildings.
The king addressed a group of businessmen in the US to invest in Jordan's public and private sectors.
September 27, 2015
World Bank head Jim Yong Kim met with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi in New York on Sunday.
The expansion would provide a new terminal that would handle 20 million passengers a year.
The US announced the aid package earlier this week to help host countries through the refugee crisis.
Microsoft catches up to Google with multi-user editing and connected apps that can be used across devices.
Facebook founder, Microsoft's Bill Gates, and Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales are at UN Headquarters discussing how technology can help achieve development goals.
With more than 40.7 million internet users, Egypt has over 15.2 million online buyers, representing the largest market for electronics trade in MENA.
As pilgrims finishing the Haj stream out of Mina, officials in Madinah prepare for over half a million visitors to the Prophet's Mosque.
Despite a lack of formal relations between Israel and Morocco, a centuries-old citrus fruit and the Jewish holiday of Sukkot draws them together.
After revelations that 11 million cars worldwide were installed with emission cheating software, a new CEO is overseeing the fallout from the scandal.
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September 26, 2015
Following Indian and Kenyan acquisitions, the Sharjah-based conglomerate is now looking at new East African terminals and tankage in Fujairah.
September 25, 2015
After threatening to cut ties with Israel, French telecoms company Orange has invested in Hola, a new startup.
September 24, 2015
A study showed housing costs in Dubai are the fourth highest in the world, more than double the cost in Vienna.
Washington's aid will go toward helping defend Lebanese borders as the refugee crisis continues to escalate.
Two Mistral warships were originally part of a Russian deal that was suspended during the Ukraine crisis.
September 23, 2015
Several countries in the Middle East still rely heavily on oil, but economists are recommending they diversify.
The Ka-52 Alligator family helicopters will be purchased from Russia.
Inspections by Saudi's Ministry of Commerce has confiscated both consumables unfit for consumption and unsafe non-food items in an effort to keep piligrims safe.
Sharjah and Ajman residents are undeterred by steep fines as they turn to illegal abattoirs to save time.
Primary donors for the PA included Norway, the UK and US.
Dubai Airports will hire additional staff to prepare for the influx of travelers.
Two power lines were disconnected to the Strip Tuesday night.