After three consecutive months of raising its crude oil prices, the world’s largest oil exporter, Saudi Arabia, is widely expected to make the first cut to its official selling prices (OSPs) since the OPEC+ group started their record production cuts to prop up the market and prices amid crashing demand. Oil refiners and traders in Asia largely expect the Saudi oil giant Aramco to cut the…
Ensuring data centers are fully prepared to meet the future demand is a critical endeavour to support the new digital economy The post Planning for the data centres of tomorrow in the Middle East appeared first on Gulf Business.
The AAA-rated sustainability sukuk is the first Covid-19 related sukuk in the global capital markets The post Saudi’s Islamic Development Bank lists $1.5bn sustainability sukuk on Nasdaq Dubai appeared first on Gulf Business.
While cybersecurity systems in place may have been enough before the pandemic, companies need to reassess their frameworks in light of this increased stress to ensure business continuity
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Wallace Weatherill has almost 20 years of experience in the operations of critical rail systems in both the UK and the Middle East
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Waleed Al Mokarrab Al Muhairi replaces Mohamed Thani Al Rumaithi who recently tendered his resignation
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Technologies such as AI are shifting the way the world works, with the Middle East region striving to be at the forefront of this new era. As public and private sector organisations embark on digital transformation strategies, we highlight the regional executives leading this technological revolution
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Digital transformation should always be linked to business metrics, says Anas Jwaied, managing director - Middle East and Africa at Micro Focus
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Fixed income and gold have emerged as attractive asset classes for regional sovereigns, finds the Invesco Global Sovereign Asset Management study
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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is wooing his country’s young people in order to head off the sort of discontent that erupted across the Middle East during the 2011 Arab Spring. As two recent books show, the events of almost a decade ago still weigh heavily on Arab governments and publics alike.