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Dubai wins $7.8 billion FDI in 2014
US, UK, India, Netherlands, Germany and Italy were top source markets for capital. Dubai attracted nearly Dh29 billion, or $7.8 billion, foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2014 mainly in infrastructure development initiatives and the services industries...
Study says Saudi influence on oil price volatility may decline
With more oil production diverted into refining, the kingdom, which has provided some protection against volatility, will have reduced flexibility to 'swing' oil production alongside fluctuations in global price and demand, the study noted...
CBK, CBRK ink letters of intent for banking control cooperation
Governor of the Central Bank of Kuwait (CBK) Dr. Mohammad Y. Al-Hashel said here on Saturday that there had been an Exchange of Letters between the CBK and the China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) for mutual cooperation in the field of banking..
Contribution of Qatari SMEs to economy touches 16pc
The government's decision to merge Enterprise Qatar (EQ) with Qatar Development Bank (QDB) to further strengthen the private sector business activities has brought positive results. The contribution of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to the national economy has reached 16 percent, according..
Oil prices jump as Yemen unrest sparks supply fears
World oil prices rose sharply last week as Saudi Arabian jets struck rebel targets in Yemen, sparking fresh supply fears in the crude-rich Middle East...
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Saudi trade exhibition to address growing power demand
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Dubai wins $7.8 billion FDI in 2014
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Qatari firms, Chinese petrochem giant in deal
UN to step up Iraq heritage protection
Study says Saudi influence on oil price volatility may decline
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