For Sultanate, the outlook for 2015 is very positive

Every New Year, governments, organisations, and individuals start planning and implementing new national objectives. These are often based on the outcomes of the previous year, whether negative or positive, as

Chestertons enters KSA market with MEDAD

Officials of Chestersons and MEDAD Valuation International at the Joint Venture sigining ceremony. — Courtesy photo RIYADH — Chestertons, the international property agency established in 1805, has entered into a

So, Saudi Arabia has announced its projected budget for 2015, setting a record for the largest budget in the Kingdom’s history. Following the announcement, Saudi Finance Minister Ibrahim Al-Assaf confirmed

UAE records highest inflation rate among GCC countries

This undated file photo shows people shopping at a mall in Dubai. The United Arab Emirates recorded the highest inflation rate among GCC member states in October, registering an increase

Technology, Media and Telecom (TMT) was one of the biggest drivers of private investment and M&A activity last year. While e-commerce and new generation tech ventures scooped up large sums

The UAE and Egypt appear the most attractive among major Middle Eastern stock markets in an era of low oil prices, the latest Reuters survey of regional asset managers suggests.

Songbird bidders Qatar Investment Authority and Brookfield Partners will keep Canary Wharf’s management unchanged

Qatar and Brookfield would keep Canary Wharf’s management structure unchanged (Source: Getty) Qatar Investment Authority and Brookfield Partners will leave Canary Wharf’s management unchanged if their £2.6bn bid for the

Qatar, King of LNG, faces challenges in Asia

Qatar, the largest exporter of liquefied natural gas in the world, faces challenges in Asia as Australia and Malaysia become its rivals World Bulletin/News Desk The negotiations between Pakistan and

Qatar real economic growth estimated at 6% in third quarter

Qatar’s inflation-adjusted (real) economy is estimated to have grown 6% year-on-year (y-o-y) in the third quarter (Q3) of this year, mainly powered by the non-hydrocarbon segment, particularly construction and trade.

Oil prices are on course for their largest annual slide since 2008, capping another dire year for commodities, as crude fell again yesterday to hover at close to half its