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Kuwait’s Semi-Democracy

The failed Kuwait-Dow Chemical mega deal is regarded as one of the biggest examples of how the Kuwaiti parliament has hindered the country’s economic progress. CONTINUE READING


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GCC retail industry to reach USD221bn by 2015

GCC retail industry to reach USD221bn by 2015(0)

The Gulf’s retail market is set to become a USD 221 billion industry by 2015, growing remarkable at 7.9% each year for the next three years, according to Markaz, Kuwait Finance Centre.

Gulf stocks end Q1 with USD751bn market cap

Gulf stocks end Q1 with USD751bn market cap(0)

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