Orders for long-lasting US manufactured goods rose more than expected in April, a hopeful sign that a sharp slowdown in factory output could soon run its course.
New orders for durable goods, which range from toasters to aircraft,
Dubai’s low-cost airline flydubai said it has launched its cargo operations in Kuwait to provide an affordable, convenient and on-time service to the local businesses.
Flydubai said its new cargo services include a ful
Iran said it would seek to cut imports of non-essential goods and urged its citizens to reduce their use of foreign-made mobile telephones and cars, as the country struggles to cope with Western economic sanctions.
The policies su
Iran has banned the importation of about 600 goods and only importers of essential items will henceforth benefit from preferential exchange rates, a report said.
Iran's energy-reliant economy is reeling from international sanctions aimed a
A Bahraini transport chief is demanding emergency talks after massive truck delays returned at King Fahad Causeway with hundreds of truckers camped out and waited to cross into Saudi Arabia yesterday.
Some of them spent Tuesday night sleep
Hundreds of truckers waiting to cross into Saudi Arabia from Bahrain were yesterday camping in open grounds and on roadsides in Janabiya and Hamala after being prevented from going on to King Fahad Causeway.
Drivers said they had been mov
Syrian authorities rescinded a ban on imports on Tuesday, the official Syrian news agency said, after a spike in prices and disquiet among an influential merchant class that has been backing President Bashar Al-Assad.
The ban included almo
More than 300 exhibitors are taking part in the10-day Majan Consumer Exhibition at the Oman International Exhibition Centre.
Exhibitors from Syria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Thailand and China are displaying their goods at the exhibition that h