Dubai-listed low-cost carrier Air Arabia could lease aircraft to expand capacity into Europe and North Africa instead of ordering new planes, its chief executive said on Sunday.
The budget carrier announced this month it had bough
North African economies are likely to overtake the economic growth in the Gulf, despite challenges such as large current account and fiscal deficits, three years after the Arab Spring uprisings, said a report.
A gradual return to
Mobile telecommunications group Zain wants to expand in North Africa by taking controlling stakes in companies or winning management contracts in the region, the Kuwaiti group's chief executive said.
Expanding abroad would app
Major issues faced by the upstream and downstream oil sectors will be addressed at three events to be held in Tunis starting from October 21.
The North Africa Oil and Gas Summit co-located with the North Africa Unconventials Semin
Dow Chemical has consolidated its Mena and Turkey (MENAT) markets, and named Markus Wildi as the region’s president.
The new role of Wildi, whose previous title was president of Dow Middle East, will include North Africa and
The change in landscape initiated by the Arab Spring has provided several opportunities and challenges for international oil companies (IOCs) that operate in North Africa, said a senior industry expert.
Dr David Latin, senior vice presi
Total has big plans for developing its E&P activities in North Africa and is eager to invest more widely in Libya and explore and develop new resources, said the vice president of Total E&P North Africa.
Jean Daniel Blasco was s
UAE-based auto parts traders are eyeing opportunities for business in North African markets following the conclusion of top automotive aftermarket exhibition Automechanika last week in Dubai.
This year saw a huge increase in numbers of pot
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) hopes to attract investment of 7.5 billion euros ($9.77 billion) a year into North Africa and Jordan, its president said.
The EBRD, set up by governments in 1991 to support the ex
British Airways has appointed Sarah Cain as its commercial manager for North Africa, responsible for Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and Algeria.
In the five years she has been with the airline, Sarah, has fulfilled a number of customer ser