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Title: Arabian Business
Issue Date: Sunday, 29 August 2010
Here, in no particular order, is a round up of the bank CEOs we hear most in the Arabian Business offices, usually for the right reasons.
In a wide-ranging interview, oil and gas heir Badr Jafar talks deals, decision-making and saving the world one business at a time.
Arabian Business speaks to HE Sheikh Mubarak Al Abdullah Al Mubarak Al Sabah, chairman of Action Hotels in Kuwait.
After two horror show years, the stock market thinks Kuwait's Gulf Bank has turned a corner. CEO Michel Accad explains what lies ahead.
Deft fiscal control has left Saudi Arabia in better shape than most. But the kingdom’s sternest tests are still to come.
A trade push is helping to unify the world's fragmented Islamic finance industry.
China has still some work to do before it can topple the US from the top slot, argues William Pesek.
What does Moody's know about what awaits Islamic banks in 2011 that we don't, asks Damian Reilly.