Saudi crown prince keen to cement ties with US
Ambitious Prince bin Salman mounts epic US charm offensive on his three-week tour to kingdom's most important ally.
Qatar awards giant gas field contract to Japan's Chiyoda
Turkish Airlines to buy at least 50 Airbus, Boeing jets
Moody's downgrades Turkey's rating
In Egypt, calls grow for boycott of Turkish goods
Turkey threatens tit-for-tat action on US tariffs
Riyadh, Cairo to activate $16 billion investment fund
Top EU court avoids Brussels-Rabat clash over fish deal
Saudi Arabia to boost entertainment in next decade
Dubai property slump set to continue
Israel’s gas contract with Egypt: deal or no deal?
Israel strikes 'historic' gas contract with Egypt
Abu Dhabi awards Spanish firm stake in offshore oil concession
Can Iraq’s ailing economy liberate itself in 2018?
British holidaymakers back to Tunisia three years after beach attack
UK presses fraud charges against Barclays over Qatar loan
France eyes Emirati wealth funds
Iraq seeks $100 bln to reconstruct transport, agriculture, oil sectors
Tunisian PM wants to sack central bank governor
Saudi awards contracts to build palaces in huge new business zone
Iraqi army moves to secure planned oil route to Iran
Turkey's first nuclear power plant set for investor shake-up
Saudi Telecom signs MoU to broadcast Saudi soccer
Dubai airport retains top international spot in 2017
Saudi billionaire prince remains chairman of Kingdom Holding
France seeks to keep exports to Iran outside US sanctions
Kuwait to spend $500 billion on oil projects by 2040
Egypt imposes $22 million fine on Qatar's BeIN Sports, CEO
Iraq to build oil refinery in Fao with Chinese firms
HSBC side-steps high-profile Qatar deals in Gulf gauntlet
Russia pension funds may invest in Aramco IPO
Saudi's refined oil exports offset crude curbs
US to overtake Saudi as world’s second crude oil producer
Sudan clamps down on journalists covering bread protests
Emirates throws Airbus lifeline with $16 billion A380 order
OPEC says oil market heading towards 'smooth rebalancing'
Morocco dirham stable after flexible FX system introduction
European judicial opinion could deal fresh blow to Brussels-Rabat ties
Saudi Binladin Group denies government takeover
Oman inks oil, gas deal with Lebanese company
'Saudization' taking its toll on salesmen
At Riyadh gold souk, 'Saudization' spells scarcity of salesmen as many Saudis regard such jobs as degrading, low paid.
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 Iran’s profitable catering industry.
Lebanon’s 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.
Rabat’s 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.