Increased connectivity to boost Bahrain trade links As part of plans to tackle delays on the King Fahd causeway, Bahrain is taking steps to reduce waiting times and ease congestion on its road link with Saudi Arabia while larger measures are under con... ›
Myanmar in the midst of tourism boom Growing international interest in Myanmar, following the easing of sanctions by the West, has led to a period of unprecedented growth in the tourism industry and has seen visitor numbers soar to 2m l... ›
De nouveaux investissements viennent renforcer le secteur de l’aéronautique au Maroc
Deux nouveaux contrats d’investissement signé par le Maroc, d’un montant total de près de 45 millions d’euros, témoignent du fort intérêt que portent les investisseurs au secteur ... ›
Saudi Arabia outlines plans for a more open market Plans for new regulations on direct foreign investment in the Saudi Arabian stock market have been outlined, setting out requirements and limits for oversees buyers seeking to buy into the region’s b... ›
Philippines auto sector moves up a gear The automotive sector in the Philippines is on track to break all records for sales in 2014, as rising demand and relatively low ownership rates means there is room for extended growth in the market.... ›
Oman’s economy growing but still tied to oil Recently released figures indicate that Oman’s diversification strategy is beginning to bear fruit. But, despite the Sultanate’s finances looking healthier, the country still remains vulnerable to pr... ›
Le Gabon signe sept contrats de partage de production pétrolière
Après des mois de négociations, le Gabon a signé en août sept contrats d’exploration et de production pétrolière, espérant ainsi inciter de nouvelles campagnes d’exploration en of... ›
Fuelling Sarawak’s palm oil industry Concerns in Sarawak over a short-term decline in the price of crude palm oil (CPO), exacerbated by an increase in local production, are being eased by the prospects of CPO being used in national and ... ›
Getting South Africa’s economy out of its rut Africa’s second-largest economy, South Africa, has been grappling with headwinds throughout early 2014, although it narrowly avoided slipping into a recession in the second quarter. The country’s lon... ›
Colombia espera que su sector petrolero se refine más a fondo
El objetivo de alcanzar la ambiciosa meta de una producción de crudo de barriles de 2,5 m2 por día (bpd) para el 2018 parece más difícil para Colombia debido a los estancamientos ... ›
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