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Transforming the economy is an enormously ambitious undertaking fraught with considerable risks, says Reuters analyst John Kemp
Gulf kingdom's decision to scupper negotiations on a coordinated oil output freeze is significant shift in policy, says Reuters analyst John Kemp
Amidst fears of unemployment, ongoing conflicts, the re-emergence of Iran and the new desire for stability over democracy, Arab youth are finding glimpses of optimism.
Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman's announcement of his plans to diversify the kingdom’s economy away from oil has left questions as well as answers, says Ed Attwood
Today’s generation of Arab youth are just as likely to be known for their creativity and humanity as their power or wealth.
Reuters analyst John Kemp says impact of cheap oil will reverberate to poor countries across the Middle East and South Asia
The decline in operating conditions in February may be a concern, but there are reasons to be positive about the economy in general, says Ed Attwood
Governments, usually trailing behind social advancement, are leading the way for gender parity in the Gulf, says Courtney Trenwith
While consumer goods are the best tax target, GCC states must also improve their own inefficiencies, says Courtney Trenwith
Reuters analyst John Kemp says deal could be seen as a stepping stone towards a more ambitious and comprehensive agreement in a few months' time
The current emphasis on UAE-India bilateral trade and investment puts the Gulf state in an enviable position.
Repeated parliamentary protests against petrol subsidy cuts are irresponsible and fail to recognise the country’s serious economic predicament, says Courtney Trenwith
The kingdom is already the 19th most visited country on the planet – but this is only the beginning.
Despite a slower global economy and low oil prices, the emirate is well placed for a buoyant 2016.
The Muslim world must seize the narrative and create a unified voice that promotes a moderate Islam
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Saudi Arabia is a noble country and meant for Umrah Hajj and jobs and life. No tourism please into that holy country. more
I paid tax in every single country I worked in, without being a citizen in any. more
Very optimistic and wonderful plan from the concerned. The clause "applicants should have specific academic qualifications and professional skills, as... more
humanity at its best more