Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi kept his finance, investment and interior ministers in a new government sworn in on Saturday, state news agency Mena reported, as he tries to rebuild an economy battered by Islamist militant violence.
The United Nations will convene a new round of Libya talks on Monday in Geneva in a push to persuade warring parties to agree on a unity government and end the violence gripping the oil producer, the UN said on Thursday.
GSMA has welcomed the strong decision that African governments took at this week’s African Telecommunications Union (ATU) meeting in Nairobi, to foster the growth of broadband across the continent, according to a top executive.
The vice president of Yemen's exiled government in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia has declared that the southern port city of Aden was now under the control of Saudi-backed fighters after days of battling with the country's dominant Houthi militia
Bond issues by Saudi Arabia's government are expected to be worth tens of billions of dollars by the end of 2015 as the state ramps up debt sales to plug a hole in finances created by low prices for oil exports.
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Qatar has emerged as the country with the most efficient government, closely followed by Singapore with the United Arab Emirates claiming the fifth spot in the World Economic Forum’s annual Global Competitiveness Report.
Government ministers in Bahrain have been ordered to outline unnecessary administrative expenses, as part of plans to reduce public spending.
The move, directed by His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Kha
Bahrain's government is pushing ahead with plans to axe meat subsidies from August 1, despite objections from parliament and Shura Council.
Both chambers of the National Assembly have just approved the national budget for this
Bahrain’s government is ready to support a nuclear deal between Iran and the West, if it means an end to Tehran’s interference in Gulf countries.
Foreign Minister Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa told MPs yesterday t
Bahraini government ministers should no longer be allowed to charge first class travel to their expense accounts if unnecessary spending is to be reduced, according to legislators.
This could save the country millions of dinars an