Oil and gas revenues are expected to account for 32% of the 2019 budget, which is set at 3.1 trillion Yemeni riyals and projects a 30% deficit.
The two governments signed new agreements to strengthen trade and energy co-operation and stimulate transport and trucking activity.
The two countries signed an agreement in January whereby Egypt will export to the kingdom half of its daily needs for gas throughout 2019.
The Ministry of Water and Irrigation has unveiled a plan to build 11 dams this year in an effort to increase its harvesting of water resources.
The re-opening of the border crossing with Syria has led to the 'unregulated' entry of crops, harming Jordan's agricultural sector.
The Central Bank of Yemen has succeeded in raising the value of the riyal against foreign currency by offering credit to food traders.
A new report points to the hurdles Jordanian women face when attempting to start or expand their businesses.
The 'Tunnel-Sharm el-Sheikh Road' will shorten the distance from Cairo to Sharm el-Sheikh to four hours.
New US sanctions against Iran will not impact Lebanese banks, which are already in compliance with international standards, economists say.
Rising oil prices have led to a shortage of subsidised fuel oil, which has put Lebanon at increased risk of lengthy electricity blackouts.
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Facilities for the manufacture of land and sea mines have been found in areas along the coast liberated from the Houthis, an official says.