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Monday, January 27, 2020

Money & Business

Business in the Middle East is undergoing changes throughout. Various measures are being implemented by governments across the entire Middle East to support and develop the business sector, thereby aiming at improving the economy. The financial sector is another one part that contributes to the same.You might have a business of your own or maybe you don’t, either way, it is important to stay updated in the changes that affect the economy of the place you are living in. Stay informed and be aware of the transition around you. Learn more about Middle East businesses, growth of financial sectors, implementation of latest technology and role of consumers in the money and business section of Gulf Insider.

UK Arms sales to Saudi Arabia under threat

Britain will be forced to suspend the sale of what potentially could be billions of pounds worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia if it loses a...

Richard Branson’s bizarre to-do list he wrote in 1972 to drive...

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PICTURES: Dubai’s $1 billion indoor theme park is the largest on...

Dubai is already home to the world's tallest building, artificial islands, and the world's first hotel with a rainforest. And now it's also home to...

Oman: In a difficult position

FEW leaders are as ubiquitous as Sultan Qaboos of Oman. His ageless portrait hangs as per regulation from every shop wall. Every six months...

Saudi: Tax forces Expat families to leave

‘Expatriate dependant fee’ for each family member raised to 1,200 riyals from 100 riyalsAn astronomical hike in the ‘expatriate dependent fee,’ or family tax,...

Pakistani expats in UAE to enjoy ‘huge bonanza’ as rupee falls...

The Pakistani rupee fell 3.1 per cent to 108.095 against the greenback on Wednesday, its lowest level since December 2013. The currency is said...

Saudi-led rift with Qatar hits expats

As strongly-worded ultimatums are re-issued, and compliance deadlines pass, the diplomatic crisis in the Gulf grinds on with no obvious end in sight. And...

Saudi: Economists have differing views on expat dependents fees

“There is a surplus of expatriate workers in the country. The new fees will decrease the number of expatriates in the country by 20...

Qatar will hike its output by 30% in a bid to...

Qatar Petroleum on Wednesday announced plans to significantly raise natural gas production in the coming years, creating an obstacle to President Donald Trump's goal of "energy dominance."The...

Look inside a $12.2 Million Villa in Bahrain

This European-inspired villa could easily fit into one of Dubai's more glamorous communities or even California's Beverly Hills. Starting from its massive columns in...
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