Air Arabia was awarded the “World Travel Leaders Award” at London’s World Travel Market 2015 in recognition of its leadership of the low-cost aviation sector in the Middle East.
In bestowing the award, the organi
Passenger traffic on international routes was up 5.1 per cent in September year-on-year, similar to the August 5.4 per cent result, according to an International Air Transport Association (Iata) report.
Iraq may increase oil output further in 2016, although less dramatically than this year, intensifying a battle for market share between Opec members and non-Opec rivals that has forced Baghdad to sell some crude grades for as little as $30 a b
The Iran IT services market, which suffered a major setback due to the imposition of economic sactions on the country a few years back, is set to touch $2.8 billion by 2020, according to TechSci Research.
Action will be taken against rogue traders selling pornographic films, unhygienic food, stolen merchandise and exotic animals and birds at a major market in Bahrain. Those caught peddling such products at the weekly Isa Town flea market will b
Paramount Fine Foods Group, a leading Arab Halal restaurant chain in Canada and North America, is gearing up to enter the Middle Eastern market, owing to a solid performance that attracted the attention of many Arab investors in the GCC region
Nine groundbreaking reports are scheduled to be released at a dedicated roundtable during the 2015 World Islamic Banking Conference (WIBC 2015) hosted by Bahrain at the beginning of next month, it has emerged. WIBC conveners, Middle East Globa
The value of the Saudi Arabian sports products retail market is approaching SR30 billion (approximately $8 billion) with an annual growth of eight per cent, according to a newly released economic report.
The Bahrain Bourse has approved the amendments on the listing requirements of the listed shareholding companies effective within six months.
Upon the approval of the Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB), the bou
The oil market is expected to become more balanced in 2016 as demand continues to grow, Opec Secretary-General Abdullah Al Badri said ahead of the producer group's policy meeting next month.