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A NEW ECONOMIST Intelligence Unit report, The GCC in 2020: Outlook for the Gulf and the Global Economy, forecasts that the GCC will be a US$2 trillion economy by 2020. The report, sponsored by the Qatar Financial Centre Authority, examines likely developments in the GCC over the next decade, and explores how the region?s relationship with the global economy might evolve. The findings are based on long-term forecasts and projections from the unit, along with a programme of in-depth interviews with experts on the region.

A NEW ECONOMIST Intelligence Unit report, The GCC in 2020: Outlook for the Gulf and the Global Economy, forecasts that the GCC will be a US$2 trillion economy by 2020. The report, sponsored by the Qatar Financial Centre Authority, examines likely developments in the GCC over the next decade, and explores how the region?s relationship with the global economy might evolve. The findings are based on long-term forecasts and projections from the unit, along with a programme of in-depth interviews with experts on the region.

p>A NEW ECONOMIST Intelligence Unit report, The GCC in 2020: Outlook for the Gulf and the Global Economy, forecasts that the GCC will be a US$2 trillion economy by 2020. The report, sponsored by the Qatar Financial Centre Authority, examines likely developments in the GCC over the next decade, and explores how the region?s relationship with the global economy might evolve. The findings are based on long-term forecasts and projections from the unit, along with a programme of in-depth interviews with experts on the region.



UAE MINISTER OF Foreign Trade H.E. Sheikha Lubna Bint Khalid Al Qasimi welcomed the recent accession of the Democratic Peoples Republic of Algeria to the Greater Arab Free Trade Zone. The executive program of the Zone commenced in Algeria at the beginning of this year.

SHAIKH SALEH KAMEL, chairman of Al Baraka Banking Group, is set to launch the worlds biggest Islamic bank before the end of the year, with an initial public offering of US$3 billion (Dh11 billion), a top official has said. Adnan Yousuf, CEO of Al Baraka Banking Group, who is also the chairman of the Union of Arab Banks, said: "We have already completed the necessary research for launching the Islamic bank and there are currently discussions between Shaikh Saleh Kamel and investors to prepare for the public offering."

p>SHAIKH SALEH KAMEL, chairman of Al Baraka Banking Group, is set to launch the worlds biggest Islamic bank before the end of the year, with an initial public offering of US$3 billion (Dh11 billion), a top official has said. Adnan Yousuf, CEO of Al Baraka Banking Group, who is also the chairman of the Union of Arab Banks, said: "We have already completed the necessary research for launching the Islamic bank and there are currently discussions between Shaikh Saleh Kamel and investors to prepare for the public offering."

 

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FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) in Sudan has increased to US$20 billion, a top official said. "The volume of foreign investments in the country reached more than US$20 billion as of the end of last year," Dr Mustafa Othman Esmail, adviser to the president of Sudan, told Gulf News.

p>FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT (FDI) in Sudan has increased to US$20 billion, a top official said. "The volume of foreign investments in the country reached more than US$20 billion as of the end of last year," Dr Mustafa Othman Esmail, adviser to the president of Sudan, told Gulf News.

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