DUBAI: Dubai Properties Group (DPG), a real estate developer owned by the emirate's ruler, will increase its revenue in 2015 and a rising population will help support residential prices, the company's
DUBAI: Most Middle East stock markets rose but closed well off their intra-day highs on Sunday and
DUBAI: The value of assets in the Islamic finance sector is expected to increase by 80 percent over the next five years, reaching $3.24 trillion in value by 2020, according to initial findings garnere
LONDON: Moody's Investors Service has revised downward its forecast for GDP growth in the G20 economies to 2.8 percent next year, from 3.1 percent.
TOKYO: Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp.
FRANKFURT: The European Central Bank looks set to keep its monetary policy gunpowder dry when its decision-making governing council convenes next week, despite the recent turmoil that has engulfed glo
On Tuesday, Chinese officials announced policy measures that would reduce liquidity tensions in the country and boost economic growth.
SINGAPORE: China's currency devaluation and slowing economy have caused enormous turmoil in world financial markets, but they have not really bothered tourists like Henry Lee.
Johannesburg: President Jacob Zuma inaugurated on Sunday the first unit of a massive new coal-fired power plant in South Africa, hailing it as a step away from the country's energy woes.
JEDDAH: A group of economic experts has warned that the Kingdom stands to lose SR795 million per day by using oil to generate electricity and for water desalination, and called for tapping renewable a
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