OMAN S S non-oil sector contribution to GDP gradually GROW: Oman Central Bank has said that the contribution of the country ‘s non-oil sector to GDP expected gradually grow, while it will be? a gradual reduction the contribution of the oil sector, Times of Oman. Until June 2015, the year on year credit growth was 19.4 % compared to 12, Profit after tax in the same period last year, is the steady increase in loans in line with recovery in non-oil activities in Oman, he said.
By the end of 2011 stood Jordan? S total public debt JD13. According to the ministry figures, meaning that loans from local banks increased by over JD2bn while loans from international lenders showed less than JD300m.
KUWAIT APPROVES 2015-2013 budget with $ 26 billion deficit: The Kuwaiti Cabinet approved the 2015/2013 approved budget projected a deficit of KD7.3bn ($ 26 billion mainly by calculating oil revenue at a very conservative rate, AFP reported that Kuwait has a budget deficit expected each year for the past 13 fiscal years, but every year ended with a healthy surplus to collect about $ 250 billion.The recall is effective immediately. It covers Cyclafem 7/7/7, Cyclafem 1/35, Emoquette, Gildess KAU 05/01/30, Gildess FE 1/20, Orsythia, Previfem and Tri – Previfem.
Food and Drug pills: with FDASelect blisters were rotated by 180 degrees in card, reversing the weekly pill focus and does absolutely nothing more the lot number and expiration date visibly, of the FDA on its website. On its website.
The error means in that the daily intake which oral contraceptive pills might be incorrect and would to leave female at increased risk of an unplanned pregnancy, it said. That shortcomings not pose any immediate health risks.
Qualitest Pharmaceuticals voluntarily recalling more lots of birth control pills because a packaging error which was able to rely female are at risk for unplanned pregnancy , said the U.S.