Israeli pharmaceutical giant set for major layoffs
Teva, world's biggest manufacturer of generic drugs, set to sack 25 percent of its 6,860 employees in Israel, more than 10 percent of its 10,000-strong workforce in US.
Morocco bans bitcoin transactions
Abu Dhabi extends concession at major oilfield
Kuwait banks told to examine Saudi accounts after arrests
London gives Saudi Aramco $2 billion loan guarantee
Egypt state firm entering thriving mobile sector
Riyadh seeks to reassure investors after purge
Gulf stocks slide on Saudi-Iran duel
Oil surges on Saudi-Iran tensions
Saudi Crown Princeís purge: bold but risky
Qatar Airways acquires 9.6% stake in Cathay Pacific
Dubai positions self as hub for Africa investment
IMF warns Gulf states to end dispute, speed up switch from oil
Saudi says ready to extend oil production cut
Saudi Arabia to invest $1 billion in Virgin Galactic
Sudan seeks to revive economy after US sanctions end
Main Saudi sovereign wealth fund projects to boost jobs by 2020
Sale of Gulf shipping firm delayed amid crisis
US won't disrupt European business deals with Iran
Lebanon approves first budget since 2005
Moscow seeks to boost its influence in Kurdistan through oil
UAE elevates trade skills in global competition
Discriminatory laws cost MENA countries billions
IMF urges Saudi not to rush into economic reforms
Baghdad steps up retaliation against Kurdish independence vote
Noon.com competes with Amazon in nascent e-commerce sector in Gulf
Moody's says Gulf dispute is bad for everyone
Turkey economy picks up speed in second quarter
Kuwait minister says oil price to stay at $50-$55 a barrel
New Saudi budget carrier to start flights next month
Blockaded Qatar's economy troubled, but coping
Damascus International Fair back after 5-year absence
Saudi billionaire to invest $800 million in Egypt tourism
Renault signs Ďhistorical contractí with Iran
Egypt foreign reserves at highest since 2011 uprising
Oil prices build on last weekís rally
Morocco delays currency reform amid speculation
Peugeot-Citroen lifted by Iran sales
Emirates flights win exemption on US laptop ban
Volkswagen back in Iran after 17 year absence
Egypt's wheat supply bears the brunt of angry inspectors
Traders say ban on expenses-paid foreign trips has backfired as inspectors are now rejecting cargoes at Egyptian ports on arbitrary, unpredictable grounds.
New markets opening for Saudi women drivers
Carmakers, ride-sharing apps, driving schools are targeting Saudi women drivers as new market emerges after kingdom lifted ban on them last month.
Saudi Arabia seeks to boost Islamic tourism
Tourism expansion hinges on religious pilgrims in oil-rich kingdom but some pilgrims say costs are prohibitive.
Foreign food chains hoping for taste of Iran market
Couple of European food franchises are braving risks for bite of Iranís profitable catering industry.
Lebanonís grocery business booming thanks to refugees
UN refugee cash card scheme has delivered windfall to cash-strapped Lebanese shop owners.
OPEC seeks output cuts from non-members
Talks, taking place at oil cartel's headquarters in Vienna, aim to nail down details on accord reached late last month.
Palestinian start-ups defy unique challenges
Online start-ups avoid many of frustrations for other companies run from Israel-occupied Palestinian territory.
Will more relaxed rules attract tourists to Iran resort island?
Even though Islamic rules are less strict on Kish, they are still in force -- creating major obstacle for investors.
Rabatís cable-stayed bridge to have big effect on Morocco
Mohammed VI Bridge, which connects Rabat with Sale, will be illuminated at night with lighting system able to display 16 million colours.
Open-ended strike of Kuwait oil workers slashes output
Oil workers union chief Saif al-Qahtani says production is partially halted without clarifying which sites had been affected.
Iraq PM calls for legal measures over oil bribery scandal
Abadi instructs anti-corruption commission to take legal action, calls for judiciary to pursue prosecutions connected to scandal.