Four Arab films are set to be screened at a film festival to be held in Toronto next month, said a report.
The films, which will be screened at the 39th Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) to run from September 4 to 14, hav
The Arab Contractors, a leading construction firm in Egypt, is implementing three major industrial zones worth $180 million in Algeria, said a report.
The cost includes utilities alongside other infrastructure works for the three
The Arab Film and TV Awards has signed a collaborating partnership with the Arab Film Festival (AFF) based in San Francisco.
The AFF is the largest independent annual showcase of Arab films and filmmakers, which shows films in fiv
North African economies are likely to overtake the economic growth in the Gulf, despite challenges such as large current account and fiscal deficits, three years after the Arab Spring uprisings, said a report.
A gradual return to
An Arab marine resources holding company and a national fund for the protection of inter-Arab investments could be set up soon, the General Union of Arab Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture general sec
The use of social media channels in the Arab world to communicate with the government is limited, despite the rising numbers of Arabs online and 82 million active social media users across the region, said a report.
Pearson, a leading learning company, said it will be introducing the Global Scale of English (GSE) – the world’s first truly global standard for scoring English language proficiency.
In development for 25 years and tes
Bahrain has been ranked top among Arab countries in a UN e-government survey.
It was placed 18th overall of 193 countries included in the UN e-Government Survey 2014, up 18 positions from 2012, said a report in
Saudi Arabia dominated the Forbes ranking of 'Top 500 companies in Arab world' clinching the top 10 positions with petrochemical giant Sabic leading the list with $50 billion in revenues, followed by Saudi Telecom in second place, said a
Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (Sabic) has topped GCC companies in the Forbes’ list of top 500 companies in the Arab world, with $50 billion in revenues, said a report.
Saudi Telecom followed in secon