BoP will launch its Dubai office in 2013 to serve 200,000 Palestinians.
With a combined GDP of over $9 trillion, China and India were poised to offset slower growth in the West, but recent developments have proved otherwise.
With the GCC expected to spend $79 billion in the next 10 years on railways, metro and tram projects, this development is being heralded as a transport revolution.
Regional dairy producer is approaching the international market and commencing production of camel milk products.
David Novak, the man behind KFC and Pizza Hut, spills the beans on massive growth in the region and across the world.
With the halal industry reaching over $2 trillion in value, South Africa has emerged as a surprising global leader in halal certification, writes Peter Shaw-Smith.
Lending to the shipping industry is facing stormy waters amid a difficult global backdrop.
Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair is the man behind Mashreq, the UAE’s largest privately owned bank. In a rare interview he opens up to Alicia Buller on the greed culture that engulfed the UAE’s
banks and lurched the industry into crisis.
The demise of Gaddifi has unleashed a treasure trove of opportunity, but one that’s fraught with risk.
Qatar’s government is hoping that its nascent non-oil sector will keep the economic engine running.
Travellers from the GCC love all that Europe has to offer in terms of shopping, medical treatments and good weather.
The Gulf is refining its billion-dollar petrochemicals agenda to supply value-added products across the globe.
It’s unclear whether a recent surge in Islamic finance activity will lead to much-needed change.
Nissan vice president Andy Palmer spills the beans on Infiniti’s race to beat Audi, BMW and Mercedes.
Gulf Business rounds up a list of the most generous philanthropists from across the world.
EXCLUSIVE: Bruce Dickinson gives an interview to Gulf Business and discusses his double-life as a commercial airline pilot.
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mursi and ex-PM Shafiq will contest in Egypt’s run-off presidential elections in June.
The GCC’s share of global aluminium production could reach ten per cent by 2022, but the sector faces hazards.
Boosted by the GCC’s rapid industrialisation, courier firms are posting robust growth in the region.
Peter Shaw-Smith takes a walk through Msheireb Downtown, Qatar’s billion-dollar city centre project.
Changes in the royal line have raised questions about the direction and pace of gradual economic and social reforms.
In the battle for customers during the recession, conventional and Shariah-compliant banks have sharpened their game.
Alicia Buller catches up with Paul House, executive chairman of iconic Canadian cafe, Tim Hortons
Gulf Business attends Google’s groupie day in Dubai and chats with managing director, Ari Kesisoglu.
Billion-dollar railway projects are finally gaining momentum in Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the UAE.
As GCC governments’ budgets soar, so do breakeven oil prices.
Islam could hold the key to turning around the Gulf’s dismal environmental record.
The Secretary General holds the keys to the world’s oil supply as the global economy teeters in the balance.
Akbar Al Baker, CEO of Qatar Airways, speaks out on his detractors and his record order book.
Anan Fakhreddin, the man charged with salvaging the reputation of Damas jewellery firm, tells Alicia Buller why he’s got one of the most difficult jobs in the region.
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