- Priority to economic considerations may open the door to fix political differences in the Arab world
It was attended by Ambassador Mohammad Al Rabea of the Council of Arab Economic Unity of the Arab League ... to widen the discussion as to why the process of economic integration in the Arab world is so slow ... sectors are probably less fortunate with respect to integration. The call for Arab economic integration ...
04/05/2014 - 13:06 - comment 0
- Morsi calls for greater Arab economic intergration
economic integration and pushed for an Arab initiative on sustainable development, during the opening of the third Arab Economic and Social Development Summit in Riyadh on Monday. Citing ... for an Arab economic integration and urged for an Arab initiative on sustainable development, during ...
22/01/2013 - 07:20 - comment 0
- (Re)-Starting Up: Tunisia 'ripe' for post-Arab Spring economic recovery
an uprising against longtime president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali triggered the Arab Spring. But Jomaa ... billion). The central bank said last week Tunisia's economic growth slowed to 2 per cent ...
08/09/2014 - 14:32 - comment 0
- Young Arab Leaders (YAL) to address Arab Youth challenges at an Interactive Session during the course on the Arab World at World Economic Forum (WEF)
on the Arab World at World Economic Forum (WEF) Session to examine the indicative statistics relating ... business environment for the Arab youth to distinguished delegates during the course of the World Economic ... a presentation highlighting the socio-economic facts and other relevant regional statistics of the Arab world ...
16/05/2010 - 17:56 - comment 0
- Too much drama to handle? Kuwait's Arab Summit 'aimed at economic growth'
League in 1961, will succeed in boosting inter-Arab economic development. Change of tune Bahrain ... Shaikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah will chair the Arab Summit which begins in Kuwait City on Tuesday. ... the rotating presidency of the Arab summit sessions to Kuwait when the meetings open today. Arab foreign ...
25/03/2014 - 23:25 - comment 0
- The World Cup: a proxy for the Middle East's institutional and economic failures?
only one Arab football team - Algeria - managed to qualify. While most Arabs probably wish ... turns its attention towards Sao Paul, the Arab failure in regularly reaching, let alone ever winning, ... This is probably the scenario in many footballing nations which were affected by the Arab Spring, such as Tunisia ...
16/06/2014 - 10:30 - comment 0
- 'The real Arab Spring is about women and economic development'- says Dr. Nasser Saidi
The economic performance and landscape of the Arab world would be transformed through the contribution ... Arab economies could achieve a near doubling in growth ... sector. Closer to home, women in the Arab world have the lowest rates of female labour force ...
13/02/2014 - 00:09 - comment 0
- Arab Economic Summit opens in Riyadh
The third Arab Economic and Social Development Summit ... the Arab world’s turbulent political changes. The third Arab Economic and Social ... and tackle people aspirations amid the arab world turbulent political changes, arab economic summit, arab ...
21/01/2013 - 12:29 - comment 0
- Arab banks to pursue emergency economic plan
with global and Arab institutions including the Arab League, the World Bank and tens of other economic ... of putting in place an emergency Arab economic plan,” Union of Arab Banks Secretary-General Wissam Fattouh ... economic institutions. The popular uprisings and political crises that hit several Arab countries ...
17/11/2011 - 08:39 - comment 0
- Jordan one among three most economically free countries in the Middle East
The annual Economic Freedom of the Arab World report published by the Fraser Institute has ranked Arab nations in terms of economic freedom. Bahrain, Jordan and the UAE are the most economically free nations in the Arab world, according ...
03/12/2013 - 06:12 - comment 0