MOROCCO PORTS EXPANSION TAKES OFF

400,000 vehicles a year. In 2011, Casablanca too received its own car terminal, which was developed…

TUNISIA MICRO-FINANCE RECEIVES BOOST

In addition to small scale loans geared towards individuals and businesses that have been excluded from…

POST ARAB SPRING TOURISM UPDATE

To view this report please subscribe to The MIddleEast Magazine.

IRAQI STOCKS ON THE UP

"Having large companies on the stock market will help us to get the large mutual funds…

THREAT TO THE NILE ?

The only treaty on sharing the waters of the river once honoured by all the affected…

WHERE SOME ONLY SEE RUBBISH, OTHERS SEE OPPORTUNITY

Cheaper ways of separating and extracting, especially rare earth metals, are being developed. With no shortage…

FOREIGN INVESTMENT BOOSTS THE REGIONS CONFIDENCE IN E-COMMERCE

Continuing broadband penetration across most of the Middle East and North Africa has not only boosted…

TURKEY’S TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE: PROJECTS GALORE!

Situated on some of the world's most lucrative trade routes connecting Asia, Africa and Europe, Turkey…

KUWAIT: MOVING FORWARD

"The government doesn't have any excuses any more." Even before the election there had been some…

ALL CHANGE FOR EGYPTIAN GAS, by Neil Ford

Again, as in its relations with most other governments, the IMF has asked Cairo to reduce…