January 2, 2014
Saudi Arabian airlines will privatise four of its major sectors in 2014.
India and Saudi Arabia will soon finalize a Standard Employment Contract to ensure a smooth relationship between the employer and the employee, according to a senior Indian minister.
December 31, 2013
According to the IEA data, oil production from non-OPEC countries, led by the US Canada and Brazil, will increase to 56.5 million barrels a day by 2014, he added.
Leave it to a Saudi to slam Assad. One of the Gulf's film producers prepares to film a story detailing the "crimes of the Assad regime."
The United Nations called on the Syrian army and rebel fighters to allow urgent aid to reach a sieged community of Palestinians near Damascus who are dying from starvations while Syrian president Bashar Al Assad called for a "battle" against Saudi ideology.
Saudization will lead to a short-term slowdown in the Retail sector due to lower demand and higher wages pressuring margins, NCB Capital said in its Q4 update report on the Saudi Retail secto
December 30, 2013
Pfizer, Inc. is setting up new factories in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia is expected to build one of the world’s most sophisticated rail and metro networks in the next ten years.
The repatriation of the Filipinos had been arranged by the Saudi Arabian authorities on two special flights on December 16 to 17.
December 29, 2013
A number of Saudi investors in Egypt have faced hurdles as projects stalled following January 2011 revolution, but the the aim is to make these hurdles part of the past through establishing a new association.
Saudi's retail sector was reported to be one of the "best performing sectors" in Saudi markets in 2013.
French President Francois Hollande is scheduled to meet with former Lebanese premier Saad Hariri and Syrian opposition leader Ahmad Jarba in Saudi Arabia this week, according to announcements released Sunday.
7UP is partnering with Saudi comedian Bader Saleh as part of its new campaign to market the Pepsi product to young KSA consumers.
Yousef Al-Jarrah traveled to Chicago to attend a conference for International students, but things went downhill quickly when he suffered a heart attack and was placed in the intensive care unit at a hospital in the windy city.
December 27, 2013
KSA's Jeddah announced that it will spend $160 million to ease traffic congestion in its metropolitan area.