The Egyptian Civil Code is the source of vast majority of the laws in the Middle East including the UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, Jordan, Libya and Syria.
However, in Saudi Arabia, there is no civil code, but Shari’ah law, in essence,
Oil and gas exporting nations of the region need fresh thinking and new approaches to stave off recession following the fall in oil prices, a major conference in Doha, Qatar, heard.
More than 700 senior finance and banking executives he
The oil market has rarely been so quiet. Benchmark Brent has traded in a narrow range of $5 either side of $110 per barrel since the summer of 2012.
Price volatility has fallen to some of the lowest levels since crude futures mark
The increasing use of herbal and nutritional supplements worldwide needs additional research to better understand their benefits, limitations and risks, an expert said.
Speaking at a medicine and U public lecture series entitled Herbal Sup
Top Canadian economic policymakers see a raft of potential problems for a global economy they described as fragile yet still growing, but said they are ready to intervene to protect Canada from turmoil.
In testimony to a parliamentary comm
Kuwaiti banks still see lending risks, but their growth path is 'comfortable' without surprises, the country's central bank governor said in a television interview with CNBC Arabia on Tuesday.
The central bank is in talks with