Syria pistachio production plunges 50% in 2014
Agriculture Ministry says slump is both the result of the ongoing conflict and frosty conditions last winter.
Tunisia attack set to wipe $500 million off economy
France, Saudi Arabia negotiate projects worth billions
ARCADIS wins design work for new Doha metro system
Qatar construction boom proves a challenge for foreign firms
Algeria oil exports plunge 45% in first five months of 2015
UAE property market set to decline
Qatar gas reserves 'to last 138 years' on current output rates
Jordan pays the price as regional conflicts scare away tourists
Saudi Arabian Airlines orders 50 Airbus passenger planes
Saudi stock market opens to foreigner investors
OPEC sticks to forecast of total oil demand in 2015
Africa leaders sign free trade pact
Africa leaders to ink deal on biggest free trade bloc
Qatar could run first budget deficit in 15 years
IMF official: Algeria must enact 'prudent' economic policies
Africa moves towards common market
Turkey stocks tumble, lira plunges to new record low
OPEC welcomes US shale oil as part of global energy landscape
Qatar markets rebound despite 2022 World Cup concerns
Saudi Arabia say oil market 'comfortable' with small risk
IMF expects Saudi Arabia to post massive budget deficit
Etihad denies it receives unfair subsidies
Libya on verge of economic and financial collapse
Syria revenues shrink under rebel control
New airport in restive eastern Turkey
Fukushima nuclear plant wins Qatar contract
Turkey bank keeps main interest rates unchanged
Oil prices fall as Saudi Arabia keeps pumps running
Oil prices higher on Middle East unrest
Abu Dhabi grants Korean GS Energy onshore oil concession
Kuwait seeks arbitration in oil row with Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia, Kuwait decide to shut second oilfield in neutral zone
Russia to supply Turkey gas December 2016
Kuwait to order Super Hornet jets worth $3 billion
Algeria jails, fines seven foreign firms
Emirates Airline annual profits surge 40%
Iran releases seized Maersk cargo vessel
Iran dreams big amid hopes for nuclear agreement
Riyadh, Paris discuss multi-billion-euro projects
Gazan software firm growing despite Israel blockade
Luzu, co-founder of Unit One, says his company now employs 89 people, mostly women, deals with his clients through Skype.
Qatar signs deal for 24 French Rafale fighter jets
Separate deal will see France train 36 Qatari pilots and around 100 mechanical engineers, as well as intelligence officers.
Closure of last overland route chokes off Lebanon exports
As peak harvest seasons draw closer, exporters and truckers are hoping for speedy solution to problem.
At time of war, cigar business launched in Syria
State-run General Tobacco Company launches locally-made cigar business in Latakia in bid to create desperately needed jobs, boost revenue.
Battle for Libya oil wealth takes on new dimensions
NOC says it will continue to operate from Tripoli, and will ‘remain independent institution that operates outside political disputes.’
Long-awaited trial throws spotlight on oil and corruption in Algeria
Charges include influence peddling, inflating contract prices, money laundering and generally skimming off millions of dollars in bribes.
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.