The challenges and opportunities facing healthcare systems in the Gulf region will be discussed at the Economist Conferences “Healthcare in the Gulf” Summit in March.
The summit, on March 28 at the Shangri-La Hotel in Dubai, has been
The world economy has clearly lost momentum with inflation slowing in emerging countries, while growth in Europe is likely to be zero next year and possibly the following year too, said Dexia Asset Management chief economist Anton Brender.
The top German official at the European Central Bank (ECB) has resigned out of the blue in conflict with the bank's policy of buying government bonds to combat the euro zone's debt crisis.
The ECB on Friday confirmed Executive Boar
Critical issues facing global businesses in 2010 and beyond will be discussed at The World in 2010 Executive Forum taking place next month in Abu Dhabi.
The event, organised by Economist Conferences, will be held on November 23 at the Beac
Oil is expected to trade between $30 and $40 in 2009, according to professor of economics and international business, Stern School of Business, New York University, Nouriel Roubini.
Oil prices were among the key topics that were discussed
About 450 leaders of Saudi Arabia’s industrial, commercial and financial community attended the second annual “Global Markets Road Show” which just rolled through Jeddah, Riyadh and Al Khobar.
The Global Markets Roadshow was organised by S
Saudi Arabia's commerce and industry minister Hashem Yamani has resigned amid rising inflation in the oil-rich nation.
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah named Abdullah ibn Ahmed Zainal Alireza as the new minister, said the Saudi Press Agency q
One of the world’s leading economists John Calverley has commenced a two-day educational seminar in Dubai for the clients of American Express Bank’s Global Wealth Management division, addressing trends in global investment.