The Kingdom is in gold medal position as it enters the last round of the team show jumping final on Monday.
Saudi’s transport system may be overhauled with 30,000 monitored taxis.
Sports committees at the Olympic Games have started removing restrictions on women wearing headscarfs during competitions.
The ban, which extends to restaurants and shopping malls, will be strictly implemented, the Kingdom’s interior minister has warned.
Supply from OPEC members fell by 450,000 barrels per day (bpd) in July to 31.2 million bpd, a survey has found.
Wojdan Shaherkani had refused to take part in the judo competition if she was not permitted to wear the hijab.
Wojdan Shaherkani, one of Saudi’s two female athletes at the Olympics, will withdraw from the games over the hijab ban, her father has said.
This is the first time that the Kingdom is allowing female athletes to compete in the Olympic Games.
The Kuwaiti telecoms operator now owns 37 per cent of Zain Saudi following a weak response from other shareholders.
Mohammad Al Mojil Group failed to announce its second quarter results, forcing the CMA to suspend trading.
The telecoms firm’s $1.69 billion rights issue was subscribed by more than 632 million shares.
Seven consortia including Qatar Airways and Bahrain’s airlines are hoping to qualify for a new licence in the Kingdom.
Savola Group also posts a rise for the second quarter making $90.9 million profit, up 48 per cent.
Higher revenues from international operations boosted the telecoms operator’s profits.
Saudi Basic Industries Corp saw its quarterly profit drop due to lower prices and production.
Facebook has 45.2 million users in the region while four million Arabs use LinkedIn, says new report.
The Kingdom plans to allow foreign firms to list on its stock exchange within a year, an official has said.
Zain’s share hold in the Saudi operator could rise to above 50 per cent forcing the Kuwaiti firm to consolidate losses.
The telecoms company said that it made a net profit of $379 million in the second quarter of the year.
Saudi Arabia’s announcement of five new laws will affect homeowners and businesses when they come into effect.
Foreign direct investments into the Middle East dropped 16 per cent to $49 billion in 2011, says UN report.
The Saudi-based property developer said that Sukuk account holders will receive the funds on Monday.
The loans, extended by the Saudi Fund for Development, are repayable over 20 years at two per cent interest.
Saudi Arabia will include two female competitors in its London 2012 Olympic team for the first time.
Egypt’s new President will make his first official visit to the Kingdom this week to meet King Abdullah.
Saudi Arabia’s dairy producer and property developer both reveal an increase in net profit for the second quarter.
The global technology firm plans to increase regional hiring and open more offices in a major expansion drive.
Analysts are not revising share price forecasts following a surge in banking shares after mortgage law approval.
Qatar Airways is keen to launch an airline in the Kingdom, but is worried about excessive fuel charges.
The long-awaited mortgage law is expected to help solve the Kingdom’s critical housing problem, say experts.
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