- UAE entrepreneurs face ongoing banking challenges, solutions proposed
- S&P affirms its AA rating on Kuwait with a stable outlook
- Saudi insurance firms begin charging high premiums on elderly clients
- Egypt increases gas prices by up to 75 per cent in line IMF austerity plan
- Boursa Kuwait joins Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges
- Dubai eyes stronger business and investment ties with Egypt
- Blockchain efforts move beyond the hype: ‘this is happening now’
- Banks freed from branches use mobile apps to go after customers
- Islamic insurance sector to remain profitable despite falling net income
- Business leaders urge South Africa to take bolder steps on economy
Building a brighter future
Building bright futures
Green fuels: Ready for Take-Off in…
Dr. Eid Al-Olayyan, CEO of Petrixo Group, explains how green fuels can power the world towards a better future.
Service with a Smile
According to a new report from Colliers International, Dubai and Abu Dhabi are leading the Middle East and Africa’s serviced apartment industry.
A Feast of Fun in UAE Parks
Make the most of the lovely weather before the summer heat forces UAE residents inside! What better way than with a picnic in the park?
The first of many great years
Emirates Review celebrates Value House’s first anniversary.Value House was officially launched in May 2014, and the response has been overwhelming. Finance House Credit…
The UAE's booming non-oil sector
While lower oil prices have cast a shadow over some GCC countries, the UAE remains a bright spot for investors thanks to its diversified economy.Investor sentiment is running high in the UAE, which…
Marka makes its mark
The UAE’s first publicly-traded retail operator is championing localbrands in the region and beyond.
It seems fitting that the UAE’s only company to focus exclusively on enhancing…
A virtual currency in a physical world
Emirates Review asks if Bitcoin, that has as many critics as admirers, is really worth the paper it’s printed on.
Created in 2008 by an anonymous person or group of people…
Building an empire
Architectural Consulting Group shares its inspiring story of innovation and growth.
Over the past 40 years, Architectural Consulting Group (ACG) has thrived and evolved into…
Where the world comes to shop
Headquartered in Abu Dhabi, Lulu Group International is ranked as one of 10 fastest growing retailers in the world.LuLu Group International started as a family venture and is now a global group with…
UAE ranks high on built asset contribution to GDP
EC Harris, an ARCADIS company and built asset consultancy firm, today announced the UAE as one of the greatest built asset contributors to GDP compared to the world’s 30 highest grossing countries.…
EY: GCC utilities facing challenges as power demand grows six to eight per cent year-on-year
According to EY, the long-held operating models of the GCC’s utilities, which are based on state-owned monopolies, are facing several challenges. With demand in the GCC growing between six and…
QNB: World economy on a bumpy road to recovery
The world economy continues to move slowly out of the recovery room from the great recession of 2008-09, with still a number of bumps and bruises. This is the main message…
EIU: GCC still presents important risks to investors
The Economist Intelligence Unit has released a report entitled The Business Environment in Gulf Co-operation Council Countries which looked at the region’s current environment and the…
Natixis metals review for 2014H1
2013 was another difficult year for commodities, with total return indices trading in a narrow range to end the year down between 1.2 per cent (S&P-GSCI) and 9.5 per cent DJ-UBS.“While DJ-UBS…