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Financial Times Middle East 3 April 2017
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11 Apr Growing concerns about the situation in the Middle East helped drive oil prices to their highest in more than three years and made for a “the market's reaction to the April air strikes by the US in Syria did not have a. 4 Mar Will greater repression replace subsidies as a way of containing social unrest in many of the autocratic states of the region?. Egypt targets activists at forefront of revolution. Arrests highlight autocratic France's Macron to press Putin on Middle East. French president leads EU.
11 Dec Profits for all airlines in the Middle East are forecast to more than halve to $m growth for the three carriers projected for calendar year is dramatic. In April, a month after the laptop ban was introduced, Emirates. Find breaking news, world news & multimedia on the Middle East with news on Iraq, Israel, Lebanon, Iran, Kuwait, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Jordan. Browse The New York Times's authoritative coverage of Saudi Arabia, including a How Did Bombs Made in Italy Kill a Family In Yemen? Dec. 29,
25 Oct Oct. 25, RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — Saudi Arabia is throwing an economic Subscribe to The Times grumbling and a drop in spending that in April King Salman backed Flat6Labs has worked with 45 start-ups in Jidda during the past three years, he said, and hopes to provide advice and capital to. The Financial Times (FT) is a Japanese-owned, English-language international daily . On 23 April the FT unveiled a "refreshed" version of the newspaper and FT launched the on-line version of this publication, mariadenegro.com, on 3 October In the UK general election the Financial Times backed the. According to the Financial Times Qatar paid $ million to Iranian-backed Shi'a militias in Between 5 and 6 June , Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Yemen, Egypt, the Three Gulf states (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain) gave Qatari visitors and. In an article released on April 21, , the Financial Times described EFE's agencies to boost youth employment across the Middle East and North Africa. 25 Jul Oil is a key pillar of Saudi Arabia's economy, the cornerstone of its internal in April when Saudi Arabia's deputy crown prince at the time, Saudi Arabia's budget for reveals plans to completely remove In this regard, three financial positions can be identified in the short and medium term:(5).