The emergence of new industrial sectors in Morocco are compensating for a slowdown in key exporting sectors like phosphates and agriculture.
The country's garment, textiles and leather sector, which currently accounts for a quarter of Tunisia's exports and 9% of employment, has suffered in recent years partly due to the economic slowdown
IPOs from two Dubai retailers reflect the emirate’s ambition to become a global retail hub, but competition is becoming fiercer as mega projects come on line.
As subscription rates reach saturation at home, some Gulf telecom providers are looking at growth opportunities outside their hubs.
Jordan’s banking sector remains stable even as regional turmoil weakens the country’s economic outlook.
Foreign investors remain on the sidelines but Lebanon’s real estate market is still registering growth due to local demand.
Morocco needs make room for small real estate developers and contractors if it wants resolve a housing shortage for citizens, according to an industry report.
As a re-export hub for auto parts, the UAE is poised to rake in the benefits of Africa’s fast-growing auto market.
An IMF analyst says Islamic banks may help plug the financing gap that plague startup businesses across the Arab world.
The region is keen to explore the energy sector's potential to meet growing demand and lure investors to its shores.