The world is on track to be 4 degrees warmer, which will be marked by ‘extreme heat-waves’ and rising ‘life threatening’ sea levels, according to a World Bank funded report. CONTINUE READING
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There is a reason why the European Union picked Morocco as the first North African country to begin its free trade agreement negotiations with last week.
Sub-Saharan Africa conjures up images of starving children, famine and corrupt regimes presiding over poor infrastructure.
But that is changing. Fast.
A list of possible black swan events (or grey swan events, as some of them are visible on the horizon) that may upset their best-laid plans
Europe will remain in recession for much of 2013 and 2014, and Greece could well exit the Eurozone, but it will do little to stop broad-based growth in the global economy, according to Citibank.
Tweet mugley / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND More than USD65-billion worth of projects have been awarded in the Middle East North Africa region, according to Citibank Group research. CONTINUE READING Related posts: No Saudi Real Estate Boom, Only A Slow Burn The Saudi real estate sector has not exactly gone gangbusters. When the Saudi King
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AlifArabia’s aim is to offer a brutally frank but sincere analysis on the Middle East region’s business and political issues.
It wants to see a thriving and dynamic Middle East that encourages corporate and government transparency, investments and policies that allow the economies to grow.