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Qatar’s eroding wealth and increased debt signal economy may shatter under tougher quadrant measures

Qatar is one of the richest countries in the world with the smallest size and population, yet with one of the largest debts. Qatar built...

Bahrain sustains its Banking hub through developing a Fin-tech hub

In an attempt to sustain its position as a financial hub in the Gulf Corporation Council, GCC, Bahrain has announced the launch of ALGO...

Libyan Economy Challenges and Solutions

Dr. Ali Shanibish, former Director of the Research and Statistics Department of the Central Bank of Libya shares his perspective regarding challenges and solutions...

How does the global debt market see the Egyptian economy?

The ratio of Egypt’s total domestic debt to GDP fell from 96.7% to 91.1%. The ratio of Egypt’s net domestic debt to GDP fell from 84.4% to...

The Drums of War bang in Riyadh

No one will win if the world goes into a new war. With the banging drums of war in Riyadh calling for an action...

Du expands digital footprint through partnership with Souq.com

Telecom operator’s products will be available with online UAE retailer Dubai Expanding its digital footprint to offer even more choice to its valued customers, du announced that...

NEOM, a new $500bn mega-city planned by Saudi Arabia

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman announced on the sidelines of the Future Investment Initiative conference arranged by Saudi Arabia’s main sovereign wealth fund, the Public...

ENBD offers a new innovative way to expand its clients base

The lifestyle digital bank by Emirates NBD (ENBD), a leading bank in the UAE, is rewarding its loyal customers with a chance to win...

Morocco prepares to test Africa’s fastest train, targeting 320kph

Engineers in Morocco are preparing to test Africa’s first high-speed railway this week with trains reaching 320 kilometres per hour. One train reached 275 kph...

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Educational systems in Egypt, challenges and recent developments

The Middle East Observer have had the pleasure of interviewing Jihan El-Sady, an educational Expert for her perspectives regarding education systems in Egypt, challenges...

Egypt creates its first sovereignty fund in a step to pursue private sector expertise...

Consecutive governments of Egypt have inherited a state-controlled economy since the 50s and early 60s.  This nature of economy has been a result of...

French new labor law applies less employer restrictions, Egyptian law applies more, yet both...

Unemployment rate in France has been sustained at an alarming level of above 8% since the second half of the 1980s.  It is currently...
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