This Week's Magazine

Title: Arabian Business

Language: English

Issue Date: Sunday, 9 April 2017

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Qatar’s love affair with the UK is at stake
Politics & Economics»

Qatar’s love affair with the UK is at stake

GCC country plans to increase its investment in the United Kingdom by $6.3bn over next five years

Analysis: Winning the battle against the Gulf's dirty laundry
Banking & Finance»

Analysis: Winning the battle against the Gulf's dirty laundry

With its strategic trading position, it is little surprise the Gulf has been used as a thoroughfare for illicit funds. But banks, regulators and technology firms are clubbing together in the fight against financial crime, and hope to wash corruption out of the system for good.

Despite what critics say, Dubai is only trying to make you happy
Culture & Society»

Despite what critics say, Dubai is only trying to make you happy

Comment: A government is responsible for creating the right set of conditions for you to become the best

Time masters: Chopard continue to grow in the Gulf region
Style»

Time masters: Chopard continue to grow in the Gulf region

Nearly 160 years after it was founded, Chopard remains focused on an ethical and sustainable future that will keep the Swiss watchmaker popular with GCC consumers. Siblings and co-presidents Karl-Friedrich and Caroline Scheufele reveal how the family business is moving into the future without forgetting its past.

May's visit underlines UK's desire to be 'partner of choice' for Gulf states
Politics & Economics»

May's visit underlines UK's desire to be 'partner of choice' for Gulf states

Dramatic economic and political changes are binding the UK and Gulf states tighter than ever.

GCC gov't spending levels can lead to more volatile growth in the region
Politics & Economics»

GCC gov't spending levels can lead to more volatile growth in the region

Reducing public spending during a downturn will make it even harder to return to growth, underpinning the need for more investment.

Abdulla Bin Sulayem: Taking on The World
Travel & Hospitality»

Abdulla Bin Sulayem: Taking on The World

About to deliver its second hotel on The Palm Jumeirah, Seven Tides is embarking on another man-made island project in Dubai - The World islands. Leading the development charge is its young CEO Abdulla Bin Sulayem, who has ambitious plans to recreate a positive image around the all-but-forgotten development.

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