Qatar predicts 7% growth in 2015
Qatar National Bank says Gulf emirate is well-positioned to withstand temporary decline in oil prices due to its strong macroeconomic fundamentals.
Oil market gains limited ground
Oil market recoils after bumper gains
Turkey explores for oil in Iraqi Kurdistan
Police, anti-shale gas protesters clash in Algeria
Qatar takes full ownership of Porta Nuova
Algeria police prevent anti-shale gas protest
Turkey central bank bows to Erdogan pressure on rates
Russia offers Iran missiles despite sanctions
UAE’s Du posts 6% profit rise in 2014
Qatar Airways denies staff sacked when married
Cyprus signs gas export pipeline deal with Egypt
Kuwait: oil prices have improved faster than expected
Kuwait MPs approve $116 billion development plan
S&P lowers Saudi outlook on oil price slide
Oil prices extend gains after drop in US output
Libya risks bankruptcy amid deteriorating security situation
Oil prices extend losses as market remains oversupplied
Turkey seizes bank linked to Erdogan arch foe Fethullah Gulen
Huge investments in energy projects in MENA to 2019
Oil prices rise sharply on hopes of higher energy demand
Turkey central bank rejects unscheduled rate cut
Qatar Airways acquires 10% stake in IAG
Libyan airline suspends flights
Iraq, Shell sign $11-billion petrochemical deal
Turkish Central Bank forecasts lowest inflation in 45 years
Dubai takes over from Heathrow as world's busiest international airport
Oil prices hold near six-year lows amid lingering concerns
Saudi Aramco chief says oil price 'too low' for everybody
Baghdad flights suspended after ‘arms fire’ hits flydubai jet
Kuwait projects $24-billion deficit in new fiscal year
New Saudi leadership aims to diversify oil-dependent economy
Tunisia tourist industry still struggling to recover
Syria opposition government receives US financial aid
IMF warns oil plunge will cost GCC dear
Kuwait to spend $100 billion on oil sector modernisation
Oman slams OPEC’s ‘bad politics’
Iraq’s Mahdi says oil prices unlikely to fall further
Downbeat feeling overshadows Davos meeting
Turkey Central Bank cuts rate for first time in six months
Saudi business initiative sowing its seeds
Business incubation programme ‘Badir’ brews business success in Saudi Arabia as part of efforts to diversify economy.
Most secure way to hold savings in Turkey: In gold they trust
Gold is hugely prized in Turkey not just for ornamentation or investment by banks but as secure way for private individuals to hold their savings.
Land of true Arabian culture hopes to boost selective tourism
From desert camping to luxury hotels, Oman is hoping to carve out a place on global tourist track.
Syria economy back to 1980s size
Economists say Syria’s economy has been 'set back more than three decades by civil war, may never recover.
With limited capabilities, Iran hopes for rebirth of tourism industry
For Iran, whose currency, Rial, has been severely depressed by rampant inflation, tourism offers foreign exchange windfall.
Morocco maintains regular flights to Ebola-hit nations
Royal Air Maroc is keeping up regular flights to three worst hit countries reflecting kingdom's constant commitment to Africa.
Saudi Arabia could earn $8.5 billion from Mecca pilgrimage
Mecca Chamber of Commerce says revenues from largest gathering of Muslims would increase by 3% from last year.
Al Jazeera America faces trial on fraud charges
Former US vice president files lawsuit claiming owners of Al-Jazeera America took back $65 million placed in escrow for sale of his cable channel.
Malaysia world’s friendliest destination for Muslims
Malaysia tops survey of 'halal holidays' for Muslim travellers followed by UAE, while Japan has shown most improvement.
Corruption is rife! Six years to build a short road in Karbala
Karbala city officials say they don’t have enough money to complete important infrastructure projects despite city’s tourism wealth.
Gaza power station rumbles to life for first time in weeks
Power station begins operating hours after receiving delivery of fuel which has been purchased from Israel by Palestinian Authority.