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Posted: 20-12-2004
SAUDI ARABIA. Interview with Saudi Arabia's Finance Minister.
Posted: 20-12-2004
EGYPT. Click to access this report on tender regulations, foreign currency dealing land ownership and other investment laws.
Posted: 20-12-2004
UAE. Interview with the UAE Economy Minister.
Posted: 20-12-2004
IRAN. A difficult country for conventional Western companies to penetrate with import rules and regulations that are complex and ever-changing. But big opportunities do exist and are growing on the horizon.
Posted: 20-12-2004
IRAN. In this report we look at Persians as consumers and the evolving industry structure from the 1970s onwards.
Posted: 20-12-2004
IRAQ. This is a detailed report on government procurement in Iraq, with links to openings via a variety of sources.
Posted: 20-12-2004
JORDAN. Privatisation, the booming Qualified Industrial Zones (QIZs) and the full weight of the country's resources stand behind the King's reform process.
Posted: 20-12-2004
JORDAN. In this report we outline the substance of the Investment Promotion Law No 16 of 1995 and the new direction taken by HM King Abdullah.
Posted: 20-12-2004
KUWAIT. Joint ventures between foreign investors and Kuwaiti nationals offer possibly the best vehicle to enter this conservative but youthful market, with a huge oil-driven public sector.
Posted: 20-12-2004
LIBYA. Libya is back on the world stage and starting to feel the benefits of its re-engagement with the international community and the global economy.
Posted: 03-10-2005
YEMEN. The first buds of privatisation are key in this one of the poorest countries in the Arab world. Among the principal motivations behind the unification of Yemen in 1990 was the prospect of economic transformation and expansion.
Posted: 20-12-2004
YEMEN. In this report we present the provisions of the Investment Law and rules for investors and investment projects as defined by the Public Investment Authority.
Posted: 20-12-2004
INTERNATIONAL. Historic agreements signed in the areas of waste processing, medicine, sports and youth programmes.
Posted: 21-12-2004
BAHRAIN. The Kingdom was the first GCC country to take the pioneering move to allow foreign investors 100% ownership of land and businesses in pre-determined areas and sectors.
Posted: 21-12-2004
BAHRAIN. An example of Bahrain's evolving steps toward an even more transparent economic environment is the recent modification to the Commercial Companies Law.
Posted: 21-12-2004
SAUDI ARABIA. More attention to the authorised franchise channels could boost local assembly.
 
UAE. Total wealth in the GCC stood at US$ 1.7 tillion in 2014, up 4.75% from 2013; Total wealth in Saudi Arabia and UAE grew by 5%; Global household wealth up 8.3% to US$263 trillion, driven by the US and Europe, according to Credit Suisse Research Institute.
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