The Buzz Business briefing: 5 July 2013 GCC plans Hezbollah sanctions, plus other news by Executive Staff July 5, 2013 written by Executive Staff July 5, 2013 Economics and Policy GCC officials have formed panels to oversee sanctions against Hizbollah's interests in the region, as a penalty for the group's involvement in Syria. More from The National Egyptian shares posted their largest one-day percentage gain in more than a year Thursday after the army ousted former President Mohammed Morsi and an interim president was sworn in. More from The Daily Star Syria's president Bashar Al Assad claimed in an interview published Thursday that his international opponents have "used up all their tools" in their campaign to overthrow his regime. More from The National Companies and Business Air traffic controllers at Beirut's Rafik Hariri International Airport have staged a two-hour strike to demand higher salaries. More from The Daily Star FlyDubai, which operates an all-Boeing Co. fleet, has said there’s an “open race” between the U.S. manufacturer and European rival Airbus SAS to supply it with 50 narrow-body aircraft worth $5 billion at list prices. More from The Daily Star GCCHezbollah 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail Executive Staff previous post Business briefing: 4 July 2013 next post Business briefing: 8 July 2013 You may also like Lebanon’s grand plans for a new capital April 1, 2015 Executive Staff Cleisthenes, meet Ares January 28, 2015 Executive Staff Deficiency reigns August 18, 2014 Matt Nash In photos: Fashioning jewelry August 13, 2014 Nabila Rahhal A very holy month July 7, 2014 Nabila Rahhal Where to watch the World Cup June 30, 2014 Nabila Rahhal Broadcasting the World Cup June 30, 2014 Nabila Rahhal In photos: Beirut Design Week June 18, 2014 Nabila Rahhal A broadcast game June 12, 2014 Nabila Rahhal Just like a wavin’ flag June 12, 2014 Nabila Rahhal Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.