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Dr. Yousef Al-Ibrahim, Economic Adviser at Al-Diwan Al-Amiri, Minister's Degree
"With the vision of His Highness the Emir, quite a long time ago Kuwait started to pay a lot of attention to the Continue
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02 May 2017 |
"The majority of our tourists are from the GCC countries. Our top market is Saudi Arabia, followed by Qatar, UAE, Bahrain, and Oman. Tourists from these countries are mainly families coming to Kuwait Continue
Dr. Yousef Al-Ibrahim, Economic Adviser at Al-Diwan Al-Amiri, Minister's Degree
"With the vision of His Highness the Emir, quite a long time ago Kuwait started to pay a lot Continue
21 March 2017 |
"I have a friend who is a specialist in oil, he said to me “if you ask me tomorrow what would be the price of oil, I would not judge it”. In the past, if you remember, the oil prices in a week or Continue
Bader Al Humaidhi, Former Minister of Finance
"Corruption is rife, Kuwait jumped up 20 places in the ranking for corruption. Unfortunately Continue
15 July 2015 |
Peter Matay
Fouad M.T. Alghanim, Chairman and CEO of Fouad Alghanim and Sons Group talks about the importance and outlook on the relationship between Kuwait and Europe. Continue
10 July 2015 |
Peter Matay
Bader Al Humaidhi, Former Minister of Finance of Kuwait talks about the price of oil and Kuwait's economy. Continue
Bader Al Humaidhi, Former Minister of Finance of Kuwait
Actually it’s a very crucial time for all the oil exporting countries, but mainly for my Continue
12 July 2012 |
Ben Novak
Media and press freedom in Kuwait can't be compared to the one of Europe or USA. Arabic/Muslim society has its traditions and habits which can't be avoided. Continue
12 July 2012 |
Ben Novak
Ahmed Al-Jarallah, Editor-in-Chief of Arab Times argues that Kuwait's political system is slowing down the economic growth of Kuwait. Continue
12 July 2012 |
Ben Novak
Arab Spring is both an opportunity and a threat according to Ahmed Al-Jarallah. Continue
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Dr. Yousef Al-Ibrahim, Economic Adviser at Al-Diwan Al-Amiri, Minister's Degree
"With the vision of His Highness the Emir, quite a long time ago Kuwait started to pay a lot Continue
Bader Al Humaidhi, Former Minister of Finance
"Corruption is rife, Kuwait jumped up 20 places in the ranking for corruption. Unfortunately Continue
Bader Al Humaidhi, Former Minister of Finance of Kuwait
Actually it’s a very crucial time for all the oil exporting countries, but mainly for my Continue
Ahmed Al Jarallah, Chairman & Editor-in-Chief Arab Times
Interview with Ahmed Al Jarallah, Chairman & Editor-in-Chief Arab Times. What are they Continue
Bader Al Humaidhi, Former Minister of Finance of Kuwait
Interview with Bader Al Humaidhi, Former Minister of Finance of KuwaitAccording to Mr. Al Continue
02 May 2017 |
"The majority of our tourists are from the GCC countries. Our top market is Saudi Arabia, followed by Qatar, UAE, Bahrain, and Oman. Tourists from these countries are mainly families coming to Kuwait Continue
21 March 2017 |
"I have a friend who is a specialist in oil, he said to me “if you ask me tomorrow what would be the price of oil, I would not judge it”. In the past, if you remember, the oil prices in a week or Continue
15 July 2015 |
Peter Matay
Fouad M.T. Alghanim, Chairman and CEO of Fouad Alghanim and Sons Group talks about the importance and outlook on the relationship between Kuwait and Europe. Continue
12 July 2012 |
Ben Novak
Media and press freedom in Kuwait can't be compared to the one of Europe or USA. Arabic/Muslim society has its traditions and habits which can't be avoided. Continue
12 July 2012 |
Ben Novak
Ahmed Al-Jarallah, Editor-in-Chief of Arab Times argues that Kuwait's political system is slowing down the economic growth of Kuwait. Continue
12 July 2012 |
Ben Novak
Arab Spring is both an opportunity and a threat according to Ahmed Al-Jarallah. Continue
12 July 2012 |
Ben Novak
Ahmed Al-Jarallah, Editor-in-Chief of Arab Times comments on the political and social trends in the Arab world. Continue
22 April 2012 |
Jacques Yétérian
Slightly, but not seriously hit by the Arab Spring, Kuwait has managed to prove again that it is able to tackle challenges, despite remaining headwinds. Continue
07 April 2010 |
Ben Novak
The result of the elections, however, sent encouraging signals throughout the Arab world. A total of 210 candidates vied for 50 seats, among them 50 women. Four women won seats—a result that can Continue