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The Saudi market is set to be big draw for overseas investors.
March 1, 2015
The UAE wants its young, gifted and starstuck talents for space programme.
February 8, 2015
Geoffrey Batt, who manages an ISX-focused fund for New York-based Euphrates, pointed out that the largest private banks in Iraq have roughly US$1.5 billion in assets, up from less than $100 million a decade ago.
February 7, 2015
With a less divisive government in place and the fight against ISIL gaining traction, investors are again turning to Iraq as the plunge in oil prices encourages talk of privatising state institutions.
Although the general economy in the North African nation is gaining traction, start-ups still face a struggle. But, as one Cairo firm shows, it can be done.
January 31, 2015
As King Salman takes the reins, he inherits a country that has seen much change in the past decade. While that has hardly been at a feverish pace, the nation is moving in the right direction.
January 25, 2015
The region’s appetite for initial public offerings has started to return in the past year or so. But after the markets were roiled by the collapse in oil prices, some feared the supply would dry up. In the UAE, that seems unlikely.
January 6, 2015
After a year of violence that scarred them deeply, Palestinians in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza are facing ever greater restrictions as Netanyahu’s government lurches further and further to the right.
December 25, 2014
Abu Dhabi and Dubai had a major presence at the World Travel Market in London this month. It was appropriate as the emirates are enjoying a big increase in tourism.
November 16, 2014
Plans have had to change quickly over the past month for Faruk Group, one of Iraqi Kurdistan’s biggest companies. The fighting between Baghdad and Islamist militants has disrupted the autonomous region’s trade.
June 21, 2014
With news of budget cuts in the IDF, Orlando Crowcroft examines the role played by the conscription of young Israelis.
May 26, 2014
While there is no shortage of visitors to the West Bank town’s religious sites, few actually spend the night there – even hotels who fill their guest rooms must offer them at bargain rates.
May 24, 2014
Palestinian trucks must take massive detours due to checkpoints.
Hamas may be popular in cities such as Hebron, Nablus and Jenin, but it is an affiliation that most keep to themselves, writes Orlando Crowcroft
April 27, 2014
The octogenarian also helped to launch the Breaking the Impasse initiative in 2012, which brought together Palestinian and Israeli businessmen and women to discuss political issues in an open forum.
April 12, 2014
Vaccinated passengers 'could skip quarantine or PCR tests soon'
Pope's visit shows Iraqi Christians ‘are not alone’, say diaspora
Protests flare as Lebanese pound nears record 10,000 to the dollar
Ramadan 2021: When it could begin and what to expect
Sinopharm in the UAE: How effective is the Covid-19 vaccine?