Sub-Saharan Africa’s growth rate over the past decade is impressive but it is based on picking “low-hanging fruits”, rather than major structural changes, says the IMF.
Study says construction alone posted 5.7% growth, almost double the overall GDP growth this year.
The director of ESMA Conformity Affairs Department said manufacturers of more than 800 construction materials have obtained optional standards.
While the policy may offer a gloomy forecast, analysts believe it could prove economically beneficial for the kingdom.
Qatar National Cement Co has awarded a contract to a Danish firm to build a USD 327 million cement plant with a production capacity of 7,500 tons of clinker per day, the company said on Monday.
As the high-flying emirate basks in its recent win, the real estate sector starts gearing up for a number of developments in time for the 2020 event.
Latest government labor regulations appear to be a bitter pill to swallow for private companies operating in the kingdom, writes Zawya’s Nada Al-Rifai.
Clyde & Co’s Douglas Maag and Patrick Murphy analyze the breakthrough accord and what it means for the Islamic state.
The continent’s growing middle class is offering huge opportunities for companies in the FMCG industry to bloom.
Regional bourses are losing out on IPO opportunities as the UK stock market becomes an attractive proposition.