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Saudi role in Syria driven by fear of Shi'ite "full moon"
Exploring Oman s Achilles heel
MENA hunts for jobs miracle
VIVA Kuwait raises the standards
Military muscles bulging in Mideast
Far from Iran election, former guerrillas lobby Washington
Transforming Syria's war
Paper with potential
Queuing for fuel
No pain, no gain?
Egypt on the blacklist
Boosting property market
Crackdown on foreign workers
Signs of M&A revival
Currency shifts to come
Maghreb block: Integrate to progress
Tunisia: Progress in order
To serve and protect
Confidence lifts Gulf bonds in May
Iran election: Little change in direction
Khamenei is erasing Iran's presidency, Bani-Sadr says
Egypt faces long, hot summer
Abraj Misr to build Egypt s first eco-homes
Barry: Oil sector faces balancing act
Legal overhauls lift GCC M&A
Kenya maps financial hub dreams
Iran: no quick fix for economy
Oil E&P spending hits new heights
India is next stop for Emicool
How to ace job interviews
Ready made for business
Information saves lives
Looking for renewable solutions
Boosting energy flows
Hezbollah's Syria victory risks wider Sunni-Shi'ite conflict
Saudi king shuts telecoms start-up
Investors head back to Egypt
Gulf building boom facing challenges
Egypt: Securing energy supplies
Is the real estate Euphoria a myth?
Egypt s first sukuk law: An overview
UAE enters aluminum Top 5
Mali wants Sahel nations to do more about Islamist threat
Italy, Spain seek new gas to reduce North African risk
Boran: Qatar stocks buoy AUM
Africa s new terrorism hotspots
Yadullah Ijtehadi discusses recent US efforts to pump up gas exports and what this means for the worldwide energy sector.
Moody’s latest survey underlines an urgent need for the sultanate to prop up its economy through diversification.
Gulf consumers are increasingly turning to e-payments as trust and mobile gateways improve.
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