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October 2013

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Editorial

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Welcome to the new site

I am delighted to introduce The Middle East magazine’s new online site The Middle East Online . . .          

There is no doubt that…

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Current Affairs

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CURRENT AFFAIRS- TUNISIA’s PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS

Tunisia’s first presidential election since the 2011 revolution is widely being described as “a ray of hope” for Arab Spring countries, Prime…

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CURRENT AFFAIRS – EGYPT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE

A landmark conference in March 2015 will showcase the progress of Egypt’s economic and business reforms and launch a four-year economic development…

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SAUDI-IRAQ-DIPLOMACY

Exclusive to The Middle East Online

An alliance of convenience?
While President Fuad Masum’s visit to Saudi Arabia last week has ended years of strained relations between Iraq and…

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Interviews

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Exclusive to The Middle East Online – Interview with Sheikha Jawaher bint Mohammed Al Qasimi

A recent conference, Investing in the Future: Protecting Refugee Children in the Middle East and North Africa, hosted by the Ruler of the emirate of…

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Business

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Exclusive to The Middle East Online – New expatriate tax could add billions to Omani coffers

A new proposal to impose a tax on the billions of riyals sent home by expatriate workers in Oman, could add as much as 60 million riyals (OR1=$2.6),…

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Exclusive to The Middle East Online -OPEC’s recent debates in the spotlight

OPEC is discussing this week how to react to falling demand for its crude oil and – as Gerald Butt explains – MENA governments will soon have to…

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BUSINESS – Exclusive to The Middle East Online – “Dubai effect” fuels GCC metro boom

By Peter Feuilherade
Five years after it opened in 2009 the Dubai Metro, the world’s largest driverless metro network, has reported a 19% annual…

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News and Views

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Exclusive to The Middle East Online – Guggenheim Abu Dhabi’s first exhibition

Guggenheim Abu Dhabi’s first exhibition showcases renowned international and regional artists, together with an alluring series of talks, events…

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Travelog

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Wellness – a sector to watch

 

The Global Wellness Tourism Congress (GWTC), a division of the Global Wellness Institute (GWI), chose the Arabian Travel Market in Dubai,…

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