Foreign investment in Arab states soars
Foreign direct investment into Arab states, excluding Syria,rose by 9.8 percent in 2012 despite unrest in some of them.
Qatar rescues Germany’s Solarworld from bankruptcy
IMF seeks to allay fears: Tunisia is not new Greece
Oman Air hosts workshop on safety management
Qatar to sell Porsche SE share but keep stake in Volkswagen
Dubai World Central unveils new state-of-the-art storage facility project
Qatar drop bid to acquire Vivendi's stake in Maroc Telecom
Moody's puts Bahrain debt on watch
EgyptAir pilots begin sit-in
Bidding opens on Kuwait first solar energy project
Iraq new energy strategy eyes $6 trillion by 2030
Iranian opposition declares bankruptcy of Islamic Republic
Kuwaiti supermarkets boycott Iran goods over Syria
Libya to sell Tunisia 10 million barrels of oil
Sudan formally orders companies to block South’s oil flow
Bid for World Expo 2020: Impressive Dubai waits as countdown begins
Oil prices fall for second day running
Economic pains thwart dreams of middle class Iranians
Protests at oilfields cost Libya 250,000 bpd in lost production
Report 'quantifies' potential significance of Shale boom
Erdogan's rhetoric rattles markets just as much as unrest on streets
Almost half of Middle East startup investment flows into UAE
IMF officially approves $1.74 billion standby loan for Tunisia
Egypt Central Bank announces May jump in reserves but fails to explain it
Qatar Rail awards multi-billion-dollar Doha Metro contracts
Iraq eases Sudan oil crisis: Take what you need and pay later
Qatar Airways to African states: Revisit your closed door policy
Asia's burgeoning infrastructure eyes Islamic financing
Istanbul stock market plunges on fourth day of protests
Iraq in talks to lower oil targets with foreign energy firms
Abu Dhabi, Dubai merge aluminium smelters
US shale revolution rattles OPEC: Is it or is it not a threat?
Unions accuse Mondelez of workers’ rights abuse in Egypt, Tunisia
No oil output change expected at OPEC meeting
Iraq to fellow OPEC members: Let’s maintain oil production ceiling
Political uncertainty, instability: Moody's downgrades Tunisia again
Japan's exports to GCC states surge 27% to $24.94bn in 2012
Britain chooses UAE to launch new business initiative
UAE telecom giant gets shareholder green light for Maroc Tel bid
Saudi Arabia rejects ‘too low’ IMF growth forecast
Abu Dhabi International Airport wins "Best Airport in the Middle East" award
Etihad Airways has swept Skytrax World Airline Awards' First Class category, receiving all three awards, for second successive year.
Sudan's poor turn to garbage to make ends meet
Many poor Sudanese are scouring garbage to make living in troubled economy of Sudan.
After Russian citizenship, Depardieu seeks Algerian passport
French actor who describes himself 'world citizen' aims to have seven passports to help him avoid visas.
Abu Dhabi plans mammoth charm offensive at British Grand Prix
Promotional offensive aims at driving ticket sales for November’s FORMULA 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Iran economic woes weigh heavy on Iraq holy city
Spiritual heart of Shiite Islam in Iraq is being badly hit as sanctions against Iran have resulted in fewer pilgrims with less money to spend.
Syria ancient heritage at heart of concerns as UNESCO committee meets
Six ancient Syrian sites as well as Australia's Great Barrier Reef could be listed as endangered by UNESCO.
World’s tallest skyscraper with twist: Dubai inaugurates Cayan Tower
Dubai inaugurates twisted tower built at cost of $272 million, setting yet another record for skyscrapers and other engineering marvels.
Ennahda’s justice liquidates dreams of freedom in Tunisia
Tunisia police expels supporters of Weld El 15 from court room, beat some of them outside building.
In tense Cairo, oasis of religious dialogue pursues mission
Dominican Institute for Oriental Studies is oasis of research, aimed at fostering Islamic-Christian ties in country riven with political, religious tensions.
‘Made in Qatar’ film programme to premiere at Liverpool Arab Arts Festival
Films follow stories of Qatari nationals, those who call Qatar home, examining social issues such as relationships with communities, friends, partners.
Horse statues fall prey to Wahhabists in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia smashes sculptures of horses erected on roundabout in southwest after kingdom's top cleric denounced them as sinful.