With the sharing economy expanding every day, and more and more car-booking start-ups entering the market; what makes Careen stand out from its competitors? CNBC investigates.
CNBC heads to Dubai to catch a ride with Careem - a car booking app based in 27 cities across the MENA region and Pakistan.
Companies like Uber have ran into a lot of problems in Europe; but has this happened for car booking app Careem in the MENA region? CNBC finds out.
The forces walloping South Africa’s economy have dragged it to third place on the continent, while Egypt is newly ascendant.
The biggest maritime find in 30 years?
Emaar launches luxury development at Harrods.
For this edition of "Access: Middle East," CNBC's Hadley Gamble talks to key business leaders at the CNBC hosted "Red Sea Debate."
Qalaa Holdings’ Chairman and Founder, Ahmed Heikal, discusses how changes made in the Middle East and North Africa region over the past 20 years, when it comes to transparency, have been "large".
What problems are currently facing the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region? WPP CEO, Sir Martin Sorrell discusses.
Long-term partnerships and sensible investments have helped get the Red Sea region to where it is today, says Steve Bolze, GE Power’s president and CEO.
What opportunities could the Red Sea corridor bring to the people of Egypt, and what else is needed? Qalaa Holdings’ chairman and founder, Ahmed Heikal weighs in.
What needs to happen in order to make the Red Sea corridor a success? WPP CEO, Sir Martin Sorrell gives his views.
Iran wants to recover tens of billions of dollars it is owed by India and other buyers of its oil in euros.
Iran emerged from years of economic isolation Saturday after world powers lifted crippling sanctions in return for an end to its nuclear ambitions.
With resources stretched to their limits and political pressure building in the West, will Gulf countries help absorb migrants?
For this edition of Access: Middle East, CNBC gives you a look behind the scenes this November at the Dubai Airshow.
In 2013, Dubai Airshow recorded orders worth $206 billion, however, two years later, sales have practically halved. So what's changed?
Boeing International's president, Bertrand-Marc Allen explains why the Dubai Airshow isn't seeing the high level of orders that it saw in 2013.
CNBC talks to Emirates Airline President, Tim Clark about their potential orders at the Dubai Airshow.
Emirates Airline CEO and chairman, HH Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum tells CNBC about its "excellent" progress in the last 30 years.