Raja Al Marzouqi, IMF adviser for Middle East & Central Asia, speaking at RCCI workshop in Riyadh.
NEW DELHI: India is emerging from its worst economic slowdown in a quarter-century, but needs big structural reforms to return to the eight-percent-plus growth needed to generate jobs for its burgeoni
MUMBAI: Anglo-Dutch energy giant Royal Dutch Shell has won a lengthy court battle against Indian tax authorities, marking a significant victory for multinationals involved in taxation wrangles in the
WASHINGTON: Alpha Conde, the president of Guinea, was stunned.
NEW YORK: US airlines are saving tens of millions of dollars every week because of lower prices for jet fuel, their largest expense. So why don’t they share some of the savings with passengers?
DUBAI: Gulf-based airlines have closed financing agreements for a total of 16 Boeing and Airbus aircraft, according to statements from the carriers and banks involved.
The Saudi stock market bucked the prevailing 5-day negative trend and turned green on Tuesday.
The issue of the United Kingdom’s tax domicile system was the focus of the recent talks held by Prince Mohammed bin Nawaf bin Abdulaziz, Saudi Ambassador to the UK, with officials at the Council of Sa
With Islamic finance (IF) and Islamic financial products (IFP) growing popular worldwide, there is an urgent need for training bankers in IF and IFP, says Azmi Omar, director general of Islamic Resear
NEW YORK: Mark Zuckerberg has a knack for identifying threats to Facebook and warding them off with a strategic acquisition.
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Jadwa Investment, one of the country’s largest privately owned investment firms, says it is planning to invest in domestic real estate as it expands into new asset classes, hopi
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