Libya’s planning and reconstruction strategies were discussed at a series of workshops organised by Libyan Ministry of Planning and KEO International Consultants this week.
KEO, a Mena based project management, planning, design and e
Lebanon's public debt is expected to rise to between $58 billion and $59 billion by the end of 2011, Finance Minister Mohammed Safadi said on Friday, compared with $52.6 billion at mid-year.
Safadi's estimate, given to reporters at
Japan's government is considering carrying out rebuilding projects worth 23-25 trillion yen ($292-317 billion) in the northeast region devastated by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, a government source said on Thursday.
Japanese Economics Minister Kaoru Yosano said on Sunday the government may need to spend 10 trillion yen to 15 trillion yen ($184 billion) for reconstruction from the devastating earthquake that hit the country's northeast in March.
Japan's cabinet approved on Friday almost $50 billion of spending for post-earthquake rebuilding, a downpayment on the country's biggest public works effort in six decades.
The emergency budget of 4 trillion yen ($48.5 billion), which is l
Kuwait will offer 5 million barrels of oil and oil products to Japan, the country's state news agency quoted its oil minister as saying on Monday.
'Based on the orders of the emir, the cabinet decided to contribu
Iran expects exports to Iraq will exceed $8 billion in 2010, up from $6 billion in 2009, boosted by equipment and materials for the war-damaged country's reconstruction, an Iranian diplomat said.
Iran is Iraq's main trading partner and has
Senior Iraqi officials and international business leaders will gather in London today (April 30) to explore possible investment deals as the country slowly emerges from six years of conflict.
Representatives from around 250 companies, from
International donors pledged $4.481 billion to help the Palestinian economy and rebuild Gaza after Israel's three-week offensive, insisting their funds bypass the territory's Hamas rulers.
Gulf states, the United States and the Eur
International donors pledged over $3 billion on Monday to help the Palestinian economy and rebuild Gaza after Israel's three-week offensive, insisting their funds bypass the territory's Hamas rulers.
Gulf states, the United States and the