The Group of Seven industrial powers pledged on Friday to seek strong global growth, while papering over differences on currencies and stimulus policies and expressing concern over North Korea, Russia and maritime disputes involving China.
A British exit from the European Union would be a serious risk to global economic growth, Group of Seven leaders said in a summit declaration on Friday, although German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the issue had not been discussed.
A new partnership-oriented mind set needs to be adopted by stakeholders, for telecom operators to thrive in the evolving ICT environment, said Dr Khaled Biyari, group chief executive of Saudi Telecom and chairman of the Samena Council.
Ras Al Khaimah is set to host the first Young Global Leaders Debate on Spetember 26.
The event, which is being organised by Leaders Middle East, in association with Ras Al Khaimah Tourism Development Authority
Insurance leaders from across the Middle East gathered today (February 2) at the 12th annual Middle East Insurance Forum (MEIF) in the Gulf Hotel Bahrain.
With the strategic support of the Central Bank of
Gulf leaders have pledged a global conference on the reconstruction of Yemen, where a coalition has been helping the government fight rebels. They issued the ‘Riyadh Declaration’ following the conclusion of the 36th GCC Summit at A
World leaders are gathering in Bahrain for a major security conference that starts today (October 30). They will be taking part in the 11th International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) Regional Security Summit: The Manama Dialogue 2015
Leading minds from Bahrain’s business fraternity met at Falak Consulting’s Power Lunch to discuss the role of government reforms and policies in increasing efficiency in governance and accelerating economic development. The guest o
The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) held its monthly ‘Leaders at Your Service’ initiative to provide customers with an opportunity to directly express their feedback, suggestions and complaints to senior DHA leaders.
More than 20 world leaders, including five former presidents and prime ministers and three Nobel Prize recipients, have been appointed to a new International Commission on Financing Global Education Opportunity to reverse the lack of financing