The Sultanate has emerged from the global crisis relatively unscathed, but political fumbling could thwart its economic chances, says Ryan Harrison.
Forget batting down the hatches for Ramadan, Dubai’s back and busier than ever, writes Alicia Buller, editor of Gulf Business
Gulf Business takes a look at the region’s coolest offices:
With the halal industry reaching over $2 trillion in value, South Africa has emerged as a surprising global leader in halal certification, writes Peter Shaw-Smith.
The behemoth Indian real estate market is said to be at the brink of a collapse that isn’t quite happening.
Dubai Property oversupply is vanishing fast, says Peter Cooper, editor of Arabianmoney.net
Gulf Business asked local leaders for tips on success as the region enters a new period of growth. So what does it take to make it big in the Gulf and how do you secure the top office?
Five minutes with… Fadi Arbid, CEO of Amwal AlKhaleej
Where is the best place to make your millions in the region? Gulf Business ranks the GCC states in order of highest earning potential.
As GCC SWFs begin to invest closer to home, the West may find itself with an increasingly empty begging bowl.
GCC companies must reorganise their activities rather than hibernate during summer, writes leadership expert, Tommy Weir.
Five mins with… The chairman of Agility, the region’s largest logistics firm.
India’s growth story seems to be losing its glimmer, writes Matein Khalid, a fund manager in a royal investment office.
New Forms of Philanthropy Offer Beneficiaries a “Hand up,” not just a “Handout”, says Justin Sykes.
Regional firms must work out exactly who they are before hitting the world stage, says CEO of Booz & Co.
Lending to the shipping industry is facing stormy waters amid a difficult global backdrop.
Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair is the man behind Mashreq, the UAE’s largest privately owned bank. In a rare interview he opens up to Alicia Buller on the greed culture that engulfed the UAE’s
banks and lurched the industry into crisis.
The demise of Gaddifi has unleashed a treasure trove of opportunity, but one that’s fraught with risk.
Qatar’s government is hoping that its nascent non-oil sector will keep the economic engine running.
Work hard and prepare from day one, writes Carrie Shanahan, consultant at The Gulf Recruitment Group.
Travellers from the GCC love all that Europe has to offer in terms of shopping, medical treatments and good weather.
The Gulf is refining its billion-dollar petrochemicals agenda to supply value-added products across the globe.
It’s unclear whether a recent surge in Islamic finance activity will lead to much-needed change.
Nissan vice president Andy Palmer spills the beans on Infiniti’s race to beat Audi, BMW and Mercedes.
Local firms must make staff feel at home, writes Dr. Tommy Weir, advisor on emerging market leadership.
Exclusive full interview: Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair reveals why he’s going back to basics.
Gulf Business rounds up a list of the most generous philanthropists from across the world.
EXCLUSIVE: Bruce Dickinson gives an interview to Gulf Business and discusses his double-life as a commercial airline pilot.
The Muslim Brotherhood’s Mursi and ex-PM Shafiq will contest in Egypt’s run-off presidential elections in June.
The GCC’s share of global aluminium production could reach ten per cent by 2022, but the sector faces hazards.
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