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Executive Magazine Front Covers 2011

Executive Magazine Front Covers 2011

Executive Magazine has been producing in-depth reports about Lebanon and the Middle East since 1999. Here are all our front covers from 2011. [media-credit name=”Executive” align=”alignnone” width=”500″][/media-credit] January’s issue focused on the slow internet speed in Lebanon   [media-credit name=”Executive” align=”alignnone” width=”500″][/media-credit] February’s issue focused on the “Arab Spring”, the revolutions that are reshaping the

Executive Magazine Front Covers 2012

Executive Magazine has been producing in-depth reports about Lebanon and the Middle East since 1999. Here are all our front covers from 2012. [media-credit name=”Executive” align=”alignnone” width=”500″][/media-credit] January’s issue focused on the economic impact of the “Arab Spring” uprisings.   [media-credit name=”Executive” align=”alignnone” width=”500″][/media-credit] February’s issue focused on the Lebanese job market and its impact

Executive Magazine Front Covers 2013

Executive Magazine has been producing in-depth reports about Lebanon and the Middle East since 1999. Here are all our front covers from 2013.   [media-credit name=”Executive” align=”alignnone” width=”500″][/media-credit] January’s lead story focused on the entrepreneurship scene in Lebanon, with one article exploring places for entrepreneurs to work and another focusing on the Beirut Creative Cluster.

Business briefing: 19 Dec 2013

Economics and Policy Lebanon has decided to allow Ikea to offer flat-pack housing for refugees, after initially rejecting the idea. More from Time   Egypt's ousted President Mohammed Morsi is to stand trial on charges including conspiring with foreign organisations to commit terrorist acts. More from the BBC   Torture and summary executions are rife

Business briefing: 17 Dec 2013

Economics and Policy The United Nations appealed for a record $6.5bn for Syria and its neighbours on Monday to help 16 million people, many of them hungry or homeless victims of a conflict that has lasted 33 months with no end in sight. More from Reuters   New car sales in Lebanon are forecast to

Business briefing: 16 Dec 2013

Economics and Policy An Israeli soldier has been killed by a Lebanese army sniper from across the border, the Israeli military has said. More from the BBC   Egypt will pay $300 million of the money it owes to foreign oil companies in Egyptian pounds, a Finance Ministry statement said, as part of a $1.5-billion

Business briefing: 12 Dec 2013

Economics and Policy Iran and the UAE are reportedly close to reaching a deal on returning three Iranian-occupied islands in the Arabian Gulf to the UAE. More from Arabian Business   Some of the ministers refuse to involve Lebanon's Higher Council for Privatization in certain vital projects in order not to undermine their authority and

Business briefing: 9 Dec 2013

Economics and Policy Hundreds of Egyptian police rallied on Sunday to demand higher wages, in a rare act of defiance of a new protest law which they themselves have been enforcing to quell unrest on the streets. More from Reuters   Qatar’s diversifying economy is set to reap rewards with the non-hydrocarbon sector predicted to

Business briefing: 5 Dec 2013

Economics and Policy UAE president Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has accepted an invitation from Iranian president Hassan Rouhani to visit Tehran. More from Arabian Business   Caretaker Energy and Water Minister Gebran Bassil has urged politicians to end a dispute that has blocked the passage of key oil and gas legislation, while reiterating

Business briefing: 2 Dec 2013

Economics and Policy Lebanon continues to battle with US sanctions on banking secrecy. More from The Daily Star   The absence of Arab tourists and investors is weighing heavily on the Lebanese economy, said Mohammad Choukeir, president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Beirut. More from The Daily Star   Iran has said

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