Massive damage to infrastructure due to Israel’s offensive had escalated the human tragedy besetting Gaza.
Jordanians are dropping out of the job market as Syrian refugee numbers swell.
Qatar Business Incubation Center is helping small and medium-sized enterprises tap into new opportunities under Qatar’s diversification plan, an official said.
If Qatar were to lose the right to host World Cup 2022, the impact would be far less substantial than expected, according to analysts.
A significant catalyst for economic growth continues to elude the country.
Kenya’s successful maiden Eurobond underscores the country’s appeal to international investors.
The return of violence in Yemen comes at a time of a fragile transition as the poor Arab state struggles to build political consensus and shore up its economy.
Can Nigeria pursue a low interest-rate environment, while ensuring exchange rate stability and strong foreign exchange reserves? One analyst calls this the “impossible trinity”.
UAE, along with Saudi Arabia and Qatar, are the top three markets for the construction sector in 2014 and 2015, said construction industry experts.
Jordan will likely secure more international aid, but this will not revive an economy hit by the Syrian crisis, analysts say.