The Turkish real estate growth is sparking a lot of interest among Arabian and Russian investors with many eyeing the central fashionable districts in the capital, according to a property expert.
“Istanbul in particular has attrac
Turkish Airlines has launched its newest high-flying business venture, the ‘Invest On Board’ platform that gives investors a chance to reach business startups in the sky.
The campaign is to further promote the entrepre
Saudi Arabia's bourse rose to a five-year high on Thursday in a new trend which signals the return of investor confidence in blue chips, while most other regional markets also advanced.
After most Saudi banks and petrochemical
Facebook posted strong growth in its mobile advertising business on Wednesday but rattled investors after saying that it did not plan to boost the frequency of ads shown to users.
Shares of the world's No. 1 online social netw
Dubai-based Diamond Developers is getting ready to launch the third and final phase of its 'Sustainable City' residential project at Dubailand following the successful sale of all the villas in the first and second phase of the project.
Gulf investors who have their sights set on the booming Turkish real estate sector must consider partnering with those that know the market well rather than go it alone, said a top property consultant from the country.
Indian nationals came top with an investment of $2.4 billion in Dubai real estate in 2012, followed by investors from Britain, Pakistan, Iran and Russia, said a report.
This was revealed ahead of a major real estate showpiece even
Fund managers in the Middle East are set to pump more money into Saudi Arabia over coming months but may withdraw some funds from Dubai because of concern its red-hot market has risen too fast, said a Reuters survey.
The survey in
Gulf Biotech Company, a venture backed by Saudi investors, plans to set up a new insulin factory in Bahrain at an investment of $93 million, said a report.
The project is being backed by an alliance involving global multinationals
Investors from Britain, India, Iran, Pakistan, and Russia have been tipped as the top five with the most financial potential at Cityscape Global next month, as the final countdown begins for the Middle East’s leading real estate showpiece