Monday, August 19, 2019

Money & Business

Latest updates on Middle East businesses,Growth of Financial Sectors,Implementation Of Latest Technology and Role of Consumers.

Saudi Arabia: Life after oil is easier said than done

It's easy to be optimistic about the economy if you live in a resource-rich country with a “golden goose” everyone wants to buy. However, it’s...

UAE, Saudi Arabia offer maximum salary hike in 2017

Saudi Arabia continues to lead the region in salary increases, according to a GCC-wide survey of 600 multi-national companies and locally-owned conglomerates by Aon,...

Opinion: US pays highest price in Saudi-Qatar row

A diplomatic row erupted suddenly between Qatar and a bloc of countries: Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt. The profound reason...

Dubai developers taking risks with stretched payment plans

The trend among many Dubai developers to launch sales offering low upfront payments — typically 5-10 per cent of the property value — and...

A Little Venice planned just off the Dubai coast

A Dubai developer is intent on recreating the Venice experience by just taking a ride in a car and a boat. And a helicopter...

UAE jobs at Apple, Snapchat, RTA

More jobs have opened up for professionals looking to change employers in the UAE recently, with top companies in technology and transportation among those...

Over 1,000 fake job offers for Indians busted in UAE

More than 1,000 bogus job offers have been busted this year by the Indian Workers Resource Centre (IWRC) working under the Indian Embassy in...

Vision 2030: Why Saudi Arabia’s reform changes make investors nervous

Behind the unease is the fact that Vision 2030, launched in 2016, has so far done little to free the economy from dependence on...

US approves $3.8bn arms sales to Bahrain

The US State Department has approved arms sales packages worth more than $3.8 billion to Bahrain including F-16 jets, upgrades, missiles and patrol boats,...

OPINION: Saudi Arabia slows down to speed up

Speculation has been building that the man spearheading reform, Prince Mohammed bin Salman, may crown his ascent quite literally by becoming king after his...
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