The president of the United Arab Emirates is expected soon to approve a long-awaited new law covering the operations of companies in the country, a step towards attracting fresh foreign investment, the economy minister said on Monday.
Changes to the system of providing government subsidies in Bahrain are "imminent" and the issue is being studied, it was announced yesterday.
The government currently subsidises fuel, flour and meat (livestock and chicke
Bahrain's parliament will discuss some amendments submitted to the kingdom's dual citizenship law on Wednesday, a report said.
The MPs will discuss a draft law amending some provisions of the Bahraini Penal Code issu
Abu Dhabi's department of finance has accelerated its review of public spending by government entities in recent weeks, three sources said, a move likely to mean more changes to top management at state-run companies.
At least nine Abu
The changes that have swept across the Arab world could usher in a new era of economic growth after years of inequality and joblessness, economists say, if leaders can resist pressure from the very protesters whose rage has reshaped the region.
Oman's Sultan Qaboos reshuffled his cabinet on Monday, changing several ministerial posts including the economy minister, state television reported.
The television said Sultan Qaboos named several new ministers to key posts.
Zain's Iraqi subsidiary, Zain-Iraq, has announced major changes in its operational management. As per this, Zain Iraq's entire mobile operation will be under the direct supervision of group CEO Nabeel Bin Salamah.
Zain Group said o
Intel has announced major changes in its strategy for Egypt as part of the 'company's continuous drive for IT enablement and growth in the Arab world.'
The change comes as the company is up-leveling the Intel Middle East region
Most of the current building codes are inappropriate for tall buildings and their use will lead to inefficient and potentially unsafe construction, said an internationally acclaimed seismic design expert.
Michael Willford, the co-chair of