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Instead of implementing a counterproductive property tax, the housing ministry should work on cutting through the vast amount of red tape, says Ed Attwood
Ten months after winning an historic election, the Indian prime minister’s honeymoon is well and truly over, says Anil Bhoyrul
Resilience and growth. Oil prices have been exaggerated on the downside and will begin to recover in 2015 and beyond, says Ashmore Group director John Sfakianakis.
The falling oil price and the need for fiscal reform in Kuwait. Public revenues will not be sufficient to cover projected public spending for this year, says Dr Hamad Al Hasawi, secretary general, Kuwait Banking Association.
Gulf countries have pledged to keep spending this year, but they also need to prepare for an era of cheaper oil, says Ed Attwood
Instead of cutting back amid oil price slide, don’t be surprised if Saudi Arabia sends a powerful signal, says Ed Attwood
Without top-tier sponsors, the long and painful reign of Sepp Blatter and his cronies may finally be coming to an end, says Anil Bhoyrul
The kingdom has vast oil reserves but changing local and region issues are presenting it will some major challenges
The absence of up-to-date laws only serves to hinder the progress of the region’s most innovative economy, says one of the region's prominent legal minds
US imports from Saudi Arabia in August were just 70% of the average level for the past ten years
Intellectual property rights in the GCC are more important than ever, says Patrick Gearon
Moscow is likely to continue expanding its arms trade with its new Middle Eastern partners, says Armand Arton
It is important that family firms take steps towards embedding governance principles to guard against potential legal issues in the future
A more plausible financial explanation for the disappointing global recovery starts with balance sheets that have been distorted by decades of increasing borrowing
Both Israel’s prime minister and America’s president have thrown away a huge opportunity to make a difference in the Middle East.
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Free service targeted at companies and PR agencies
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UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon presented the award during a ceremony at the World Economic...
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I once had a Emirates Post employee hang up on me when I asked her to repeat something. That said, the worst is my management company, Kingfield Management... more
This is nothing more than another example of greed on the part of Nakheel.
Of course homeowners should be allowed to develop their plots. Nakheel... more
@Deborah, sad as your story may be truth is that you were reminded many times (check AB!) that you should never forget the transient nature of your time... more