The container and logistics subsidiaries of Egypt's Holding Company for Maritime and Land Transport have submitted their bid for the third container-handling station at East Port Said harbor, the company's chairman told Zawya.
Iraqi contractor Al Faidh Al Hamea Co. will start constructing the Orange City residential complex in the governorate of Diyala in June, a source familiar with the project told Zawya.
Gary Clark, analyst at Roubini Global Economics, expects near-term fundamental weakness in crude oil pricing but sees spreads widening come summer as demand picks up.
Saudi Arabia's Taif University will begin the construction of its branches located in the governorates of Ranyah, Turubah and Al Khurmah in the province of Mecca.
Kurdistan is expected to complete the USD 176 million Jehan City residential project at Erbil by 2015, an official source at the region's investment authority told Zawya.
The Islamic University of Medina, in Saudi Arabia is currently implementing a number of on-campus projects, valued at a total of USD 280 million, a source familiar with the projects told Zawya.
Egypt's ministry of higher education is expected to offer the Suez Canal University Specialized Hospital project for Public Private Partnership (PPP) in November, a government source told Zawya.
The financing will pave the way for the construction of two state-of-the-art medical facilities in the country’s second largest city.
Harris Georgiades, Cyprus finance minister, comments on Cypriot reforms, discussions with Russia, capital controls and why he expects the first installment of the bailout shortly.
Jacques Azibert, general manager of Yemen LNG, speaks to The Prospect Group about the growth and development of Yemen LNG, the country's security situation, and how changes in LNG market dynamics have impacted profitability.