More than 50 projects were launched in the off-plan market across Dubai, UAE, during 2014, which are expected to deliver over 13,000 units to the market, according to a report.
The last quarter of 2014 saw new inventory being rele
Qatar is the second most attractive market in the world with over $280 billion worth of construction projects, thanks to the immense opportunities offered by the 2022 FIFA World Cup, said a report.
Of these, the infrastructure-rel
A new market featuring a selection of exclusively Bahraini products will be held in the far south of the country at Durrat Marina Yacht Club today (January 16).
The Marina Market, from 11am to 7pm, is set to feature up to 50 stall
Opec will not cut its oil output to support prices but expects higher-cost producers to do so, the UAE energy minister insisted on Tuesday as oil plunged near six-year lows.
While Suhail bin Mohammed Al-Mazroui was speaking, Brent
Emaar Pakistan, a leader in the real estate development sector of Pakistan, has come on board with Zameen.com, a property portal in the country, to market two of its projects in Islamabad and Karachi.
Emaar Properties is a world r
Bahrain’s advancements in the labour market were highlighted during an honouring ceremony yesterday (December 25).
Pioneers and outstanding contributors to the field were presented with awards by Labour Minister Jameel Humai
Attention all oil producers: Saudi Arabia wants to tell you something. If a truly free market sets the price, it will be far too low for comfort. Ali Al Naimi, the kingdom's oil minister, wants others to shar
Foreign investors have been told that by setting up manufacturing in Bahrain, they can get duty-free access to the US market, provided they add 35 per cent domestic content within the kingdom.
At a panel discussion hosted by the A
Bahrain's national workforce has outgrown the annual rate of expatriate workers entering the local jobs market.
According to latest Labour Ministry statistics, the number of Bahraini workers grew by 2.2 per cent per annum, com
Rising transportation infrastructure, increasing public surveillance, government security spending, growing IT spending across major applications, and surging crime rates have fueled the demand for video surveillance systems in India, according