Sunday , 16 June 2019

Tag Archives: Economies

Khalifa University Ranked 13th out of 442 Universities from 43 Countries in 2019 THE Emerging Economies University Rankings

Only University among All Academic Institutions in Middle East and North Africa Region to be Among Top 15 Abu Dhabi: Khalifa University of Science and Technology, a research university dedicated to the advancement of learning through the discovery and application of knowledge, today announced it has become the only university in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to …

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#THEemerging Economies University Rankings 2019

MAINLAND China, India, Brazil, Russia and Taiwan continue to top the Times Higher Education (THE) Emerging Economies Rankings. But other emerging nations – among them, Egypt and Malaysia – are starting to experience a more rapid advance.The 2019 ranking comprises nearly 450 universities – expanded from 378 last year – from 43 countries, across four continents. On the 2019 listing, …

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Weekly Q&A: “Six of the top ten fastest-growing economies globally are currently in Africa”

Healthcare, education, infrastructure and the creative industries all provide opportunities for Gulf investors in sub-Saharan Africa – so long as they find the right partner, says Botho Energing Markets’ Isaac Kwaku Fokuo Welcome to Zawya Markets. Each Sunday we will be featuring an interview with a different analyst or markets expert from around the region. If you would like to …

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GCC hydrocarbon economies setting global benchmark in race for renewable energy through innovation

The COP21 climate change deal, signed last week in Paris, confirms that the leaders of 200 nations are now committed to embracing renewable energy as an important tool to limiting the rise of the ambient temperature on earth without compromising on continuing to provide much needed energy to fuel social development and economic growth. Commenting on what the deal meant …

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Islamist Parties: An agent of change for MENA economies?

Arabia Monitor publishes Special Regional Views report featured in World Economic Forum Compendium London – The need for change following the “Arab Spring” paved the way for an unprecedented rise of Islamist parties to power, leading to concerns about the business-friendliness of Islamist governments, and their ability to respond to some of the region’s most pressing social problems. This study …

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