Cityscape Jeddah 2014 attendees and exhibition visitors will learn more of promising investment opportunities.
KUWAIT CITY: Kuwait plans to award a 1.2 billion dinar ($4.3 billion) contract later this year for the first phase of a project to produce heavy oil at its northern Ratqa field, the head of Kuwait Oil
LONDON: China’s annual demand for gold could jump around 20 percent by 2017 as more of its increasingly wealthy population seek new ways to make money, the World Gold Council has predicted.
NEW YORK: Samsung’s new Galaxy S5 smartphone is more durable than last year’s model and other leading Android phones, but the iPhone 5s outperformed all of them in part because of its smaller size
NEW DELHI: India’s inflation accelerated in March to a three-month high, data showed, dashing hopes of an interest rate cut to boost the struggling economy.
ZURICH: The world’s leading food industry group Nestle saw its sales plunge 5.1 percent in the first quarter, it said, blaming the effect of exchange rates and strength of the Swiss franc.
The Almarai Company has decided to stop the cultivation of fodder for animals and import it from abroad instead owing to the scarcity of water sources in the Kingdom.
The water, energy, technology, and environment exhibition (Wetex 2014) in Dubai is focusing on green solutions and green economy and the rapid developments and challenges in different sectors.
National Bank of Kuwait (NBK), the largest Kuwaiti bank, reported net profits of $298 million (KD 83.9 million) in Q1, 2014 compared with $289 million (KD81.3 million) in Q1, 2013, up 3.2 percent year
According to EY’s MENA IPO update, five IPOs (initial public offerings) from MENA raised $1. 3 billion in Q1, 2014, a decrease of 21 percent in terms of value compared to Q1, 2013.
Saudi Arabia’s benchmark Tadawul All-Share Index (TASI) dug in at 9,445.69 and ended its Monday's trading up over 20 points.
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