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No silver lining for gold

No silver lining for gold

Many investors turn to precious metals during uncertain times, but do not...

How much would Emirates be worth if it went public?

How much would Emirates be worth if it went public?

Founding CEO Sir Maurice Flanagan has said the world’s fastest-growing...

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Making a Marka on the UAE retail scene

Making a Marka on the UAE retail scene

When it launched on the Dubai Financial Market as a cash-shell in September, investors...

Interview: Dr Abdul Aziz Al Horr, CEO of the Qatar Finance and Business Academy

Interview: Dr Abdul Aziz Al Horr, CEO of the Qatar Finance and Business Academy

Meet the man helping to change the mindsets of thousands of young Qataris as the...

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Saudi Arabia: Smooth succession but a bumpy road ahead

Saudi Arabia: Smooth succession but a bumpy road ahead

Saudi Arabia’s new ruler King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud takes over as the ultimate...

Yemen crisis is first big test for Saudi Arabia's King Salman

Yemen crisis is first big test for Saudi Arabia's King Salman

Yemen is at risk of breaking up with the ascent of the Houthi movement

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