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With the kingdom’s population now projected to add another 7 million people by 2020, this problem has the potential to get a whole lot worse, says Ed Attwood
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Majid Jafar says youth unemployment rates across the Arab world are nearly twice the global average
With the substantial fiscal and financial buffers that have been built up, the GCC may be in a strong position but more needs to be done, says IMF deputy division chief A Prasad.
Kamal Ahmed, Bahrain’s minister of transportation and acting CEO of the Bahrain Economic Development Board (EDB), is expecting continued acceleration in economic growth for the kingdom this year.
A key platform for the African continent’s economic emergence has been its growing relationship with the Middle East, and the GCC countries in particular, says Djibouti minister Ilyas Moussa Dawaleh.
Times may be tough in Europe, but the outlook for the Gulf remains strong, says Fakih IVF chief executive officer Ziad Makhzoumi
DLA Piper regional managing partner Abdul Aziz Al Yaqout is confident that legislative frameworks being implemented across the GCC will enhance further economic growth
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The always-online youth generation is bringing a new dynamic to Arab gov't communications, argues ASDA’A Burson-Marsteller CEO
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