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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
The world economy needs lower prices but central banks will not allow it, sending asset prices skyrocketing. So deflation patterns in the real economy and asset inflation in financial markets will continue in 2016.
New laws and regulations are slated for introduction in 2016, although a number of these reflect the natural evolution of the UAE’s legal framework.
Despite a challenging 2015, new projects due to be completed this year will help the UAE’s bid to diversify away from oil.
Be selective about your asset allocation, diversify and don’t be lured into speculation.
This year will see considerable change, with real momentum around subsidy cuts, privatisation, a shift towards sustainable energy sources, fiscal reform and other revisions.
Low oil revenues may be the catalyst needed for the Gulf state to diversify and swiftly implement new laws passed recently.
The continent is still abundant with natural resources, massive consumer power and other key factors that make it a lucrative investment
Governments and the private sector both face a difficult year, although 2016 may not be as bad as the headlines would suggest
Rivalry with Iran is often simplified to a contest between Sunni monarchy and Shi'ite republic but the reality is more complicated and worrying, says Reuters analyst John Kemp
GCC states may have to sell $494 billion worth of funds to make up the budgetary shortfalls based on forecast fiscal costs for their oil production in 2016
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