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Comoros is made up of three islands that have inadequate transportation links, a young and rapidly increasing population, and few natural resources. Arab World, Natural Resources, Islands, Transportation, Mansions, House Styles, Nature, Naturaleza, Manor Houses

Comoros

Comoros is made up of three islands that have inadequate transportation links, a young and rapidly increasing population, and few natural resources. The low educational level of the labour force contributes to a subsistence level of economic activity, high unemployment, and a heavy dependence on foreign grants and technical assistance. Agriculture, including fishing, hunting, and forestry, contributes 50% to GDP, employs 80% of the labour force, and provides most of the exports. Export…

Bahrain is a banking and financial services centre; its small and reasonably prosperous economy is less dependent on oil than most Gulf states. Arab World, World Trade Center, Burj Khalifa, Empire State Building, Middle East, Modern Architecture, Skyscraper, Tower, Centre

Bahrain

Bahrain is a banking and financial services centre; its small and reasonably prosperous economy is less dependent on oil than most Gulf states. Bahrain has taken great strides in diversifying its economy and its highly developed communication and transport facilities make Bahrain home to numerous multinational firms with business in the Gulf. Bahrain's economy, however, continues to depend heavily on oil. Petroleum production and refining account for more than 60% of Bahrain's export…

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Africa threatened by global economic uncertainty

Middle East Business At a Roundtable event in Nairobi, Ministers from across Africa sat together with investors and the private sector to determine how best to tackle the investment and credit risk hurdles in order to make African risks bankable. Participants to the Roundtable see the event as timely because it comes at time of geopolitical uncertainties which, according to The World Bank, could lead to “higher borrowing costs or cut off capital flows to emerging and frontier markets”. For…

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Djibouti

Djibouti’s economy is based on service activities connected with the country's strategic location and status as a free trade zone in the Horn of Africa. Two-thirds of Djibouti's inhabitants live in the capital city; the remainder are mostly nomadic herders. Djibouti provides services as both a transit port for the region and an international transhipment and refuelling centre. Imports and exports from landlocked neighbour Ethiopia represent 70% of port activity at Djibouti's container…

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Algeria

Economy of Algeria Algeria’s economy is based mainly on oil and gas, it has the eighth-largest reserves of natural gas in the world and is the fourth-largest gas exporter; it ranks 18th in oil reserves. The hydrocarbon sector represents about 40–45 percent of total GDP and about two-thirds of budget revenues. Oil and gas resources account for 98 percent of the country’s exports and 70 percent of tax revenues. The chief challenges that Algeria faces in the short and medium terms are the need…

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Algeria

Economy of Algeria Algeria’s economy is based mainly on oil and gas, it has the eighth-largest reserves of natural gas in the world and is the fourth-largest gas exporter; it ranks 18th in oil reserves. The hydrocarbon sector represents about 40–45 percent of total GDP and about two-thirds of budget revenues. Oil and gas resources account for 98 percent of the country’s exports and 70 percent of tax revenues. The chief challenges that Algeria faces in the short and medium terms are the need…

اختتام اعمال المنتدى الخامس لبرنامج الخليج العربي للتنمية "أجفند" تعميم مشروعات تمكين اللاجئين اقتصاديا واجتماعيا Arab World, Magazine, Magazines, Warehouse, Newspaper

اختتام اعمال المنتدى الخامس لبرنامج الخليج العربي للتنمية "أجفند" تعميم مشروعات تمكين اللاجئين اقتصاديا واجتماعيا

شهدت مدينة جنيف السويسرية فعاليات منتدى برنامج الخليج العربي للتنمية الخامس «أجفند» الذي عقد خلال الفترة من 18 إلى 20 نيسان/ابريل تحت عنوان "دور الشمول المالي في تحقيق أهداف التنمية المستدامة 2030" برعاية الأمير طلال بن عبد العزيز رئيس البرنامج، حيث تم في الختام توزيع الجوائز على المشاريع ا...

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Egypt

Egypt is bisected by the highly fertile Nile valley, where most economic activity takes place. The Egyptian economy relies heavily on tourist revenues. Egypt is the most populated Arab country, it counts about 82.1 million people, with $2,922 GDP per capita. The contribution of the Egyptian economy is about 0.3% of the emerging markets index MSCI. Egyptian population is rather young. The aged 15 years or less, about 34%, and the age group of youth from 15-35 years old about 35%. The people…

Essential Information Origins The origins nationalist notion of cultural and political unity among Arab countries lie in the late and early Arab World, Origins

Arab world economy

Essential Information Origins The origins nationalist notion of cultural and political unity among Arab countries lie in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, when increased literacy led to a cultural and literary renaissance among Arabs of the Middle East.

Translation from Arabic (albayan newspaper) According to a number of experts gathered during the «Global Commodity Outlook Conference IV Arab World, Global Economy, United Arab Emirates, Dubai, Conditioner

Despite the ongoing economic conditions, the Arab world has succeeded to cope with the difficulties of the global economy

Translation from Arabic (albayan newspaper) According to a number of experts gathered during the «Global Commodity Outlook Conference IV» in Dubai, February 12, the Arab region has succeeded in coping with economic difficulties. Dr. Noazisc Mirza, associate professor at the Department of Financial Studies, SP Jain School of Global Management, has confirmed that the region's economies were able to cope with the difficulties of the global economy. Though UAE and Bahrain have succeeded in…

Le Groupe de la Banque mondiale alloue une enveloppe de 200 millions de dollars pour la réfection des routes au Liban Arab World, Routes, Mount Rushmore, Mountains, Group, Nature, Travel, Lebanon, Envelope

Le Groupe de la Banque mondiale alloue une enveloppe de 200 millions de dollars pour la réfection des routes au Liban

La Banque mondiale (English version) (النسخة العربية) Le Groupe de la Banque mondiale alloue au Liban un financement de 200 millions de dollars en vue d’améliorer le réseau routier du pays, dont la vétusté porte atteinte à la sécurité publique et fait obstacle au développement rural et urbain ainsi qu’à la promotion d’une croissance économique équitable.

مجموعة البنك الدولي تُخصِّص 200 مليون دولار لإصلاح الطُرُق في لبنان Arab World, Routes, Mount Rushmore, Mountains, Group, Nature, Travel, Lebanon, Envelope

مجموعة البنك الدولي تُخصِّص 200 مليون دولار لإصلاح الطُرُق في لبنان

البنك الدولي (English version) (Version Française) خصَّصت مجموعة البنك الدولي 200 مليون دولار لتطوير شبكة الطرق في لبنان، والتي تُعتَبر خطرا على السلامة العامة، وعائقا أمام الإنماء المتوازن بين المدن والمناطق والريفية والنموالإقتصادي المنصف. وسيُستخدَم هذا التمويل في إصلاح نحو 500 كيلومتر من الطرق في المرحلة الأولى من خطة حكومية أوسع لتجديد قطاع الطرق المتردّي في البلاد.

World Bank Group Allots US$200 Million for Road Repairs in Lebanon Arab World, Routes, Mount Rushmore, Mountains, Group, Nature, Travel, Lebanon, Envelope

World Bank Group Allots US$200 Million for Road Repairs in Lebanon

World bank (Version Française) (النسخة العربية) The World Bank Group has earmarked US$200 million for upgrading Lebanon’s road network, seen as a risk to public safety as well as an impediment to urban-rural development and equitable economic growth. The funds will be used to repair around 500 kilometers of roads in the first phase of a broader government plan to revamp the country’s crumbling road sector.

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توجيه قطاع الصناعات الإبداعية بالكويت

(مصدر الصورة: البنك الدولي) البنك الدولي (English version) النقاط الرئيسية تُظهر التقديرات أنَّ الصناعات الإبداعية تساهم بما يصل إلى 7% من إجمالي الناتج المحلي العالمي. يُنظر إلى الشرق الأوسط وشمال أفريقيا باعتباره المنطقة التي تُسجِّل فيها الصناعات الإبداعية أسرع مُعدَّل نمو أو ما يزيد على 10% سنويا. يعمل نحو 35 ألف فرد في قطاع الأنشطة الإبداعية بالكويت والذي يُولِّد منتجات وخدمات بمئات الملايين من الدنانير الكويتية.

Salaries in Kuwait. How Much Salary Do Workers Receive In Kuwait. Salaries for the Popular Jobs in Kuwait. Minimum wage for workers in Kuwait. Moving Expenses, Industry Sectors, Job Career, Current Job, Civil Service, Minimum Wage, History Teachers, National Guard, Creative Industries

Mentoring the Creative Industries Sector in Kuwait

(Photo: World Bank) World Bank (النسخة العربية) Story Highlights Creative industries are estimated to contribute as much as 7% to global GDP. MENA is seen as the region where creative industries are growing fastest, at more than 10% a year. About 35,000 individuals work in Kuwait’s creative sector, which generates hundreds of millions of Kuwaiti dinars in output and products.

By Raghad Zein* The MENA region is a beacon of largely unchartered technological territory with its potential often stunted by lagging institutional. Arab World, Stunts, Culture, Waterfalls

Arab world: startup culture shows signs of early Silicon Valley

By Raghad Zein* The MENA region is a beacon of largely unchartered technological territory with its potential often stunted by lagging institutional resistance and slow adaptation to change.