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MPs back bill to open Kuwait to direct foreign investments

However veteran opposition MP and former speaker Ahmad al-Saadun called for more controls on foreign ... percent at present, Islamist MP Ahmad al-Duaij said. "We need giant foreign companies to invest ...

15/08/2010 - 15:23 - comment 0

Kuwait: Islamists gain more seats in new parliament

Ahmad al-Saadun took four seats, down one. Women, who were contesting the election for only the second ...

17/05/2010 - 19:21 - comment 0

Kuwait stock market pursues upward trend

Leading economist Jassim Al-Saadun described the current trading factors as "more psychological than ... Amir Shaikh Jabar Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah is recovering in London's Cromwell Hospital after suffering ...

15/08/2010 - 14:43 - comment 0

Two US troops killed in northern Iraq as bounties offered for five ''wanted men''

each have 250,000-dollar bounties. They are Abdulbaki Abdulkarim Abdullah al-Saadun, the head of the Baath party military bureau in Diyala province, east of Baghdad, and Moamar Ahmad Yussef al-Jaber, who ...   A member of Saddam's outlawed Baath party command, Mohammed Yunes al-Ahmad, is worth one ...

18/05/2010 - 13:19 - comment 0

Kuwaiti MP slams oilfields project as ''sell-out''

of international oil companies (IOCs) for a piece of the action in the seven-billion-dollar project, said MP Ahmad al-Saadun, a former speaker of parliament.    "From the data I have before me, I am certain ... Council, Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah, called on Saadun to produce the evidence and promised to take ...

15/08/2010 - 15:23 - comment 0

Kuwaiti MPs raise objections again to northern oilfields project

by 2005.    Veteran MP and former speaker Ahmad al-Saadun led the offensive against the government, ...

15/08/2010 - 15:17 - comment 0

Kuwait's new oil minister faces early test on role of foreign firms

speaker Ahmad al-Saadun, called Sunday for a comprehensive debate on the seven-billion-dollar investment ...

15/08/2010 - 15:18 - comment 0

Kuwait's government must work harder to pass privatization bill: economists

warned veteran MP and former four-time speaker Ahmad Al-Saadun. "We must not allow the one who wants ... "Some implications of the (privatization) law are unpopular," said Jassim Al-Saadun, who heads ... should tell the people that we have to shift from a reliance on oil," said liberal MP Ahmad ...

15/08/2010 - 14:38 - comment 0