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This week's edition of MEED magazine



Abu Dhabi moves on oil concession

By Mark Watts

Bids submitted for Adco onshore operations, but major contender ExxonMobil has left the race


Lesson of Jordan’s renewables delay

By Andrew Roscoe

Amman’s alternative energy setback could prove a valuable lesson for the country and the wider region

Regional: Interest in contemporary art is growing

Art investors grow cautious

By Austyn Allison

The global economic recession affected art sales as well. Its fallout has ensured the region’s art market is growing at a steady yet cautious pace


Tadawul access a positive sign

By Rebecca Spong

The region is set to become more appealing to international entities as Riyadh opens up its stock exchange to foreign investors

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Special Reports


Lebanon: Hopes for economic revival shattered

23 July 2014

What is urgently needed is a strong and unified leadership

    Hadi al-Bahra, president, Syrian National Coalition

    Syria: New leadership hopes to reinvigorate opposition

    22 July 2014

    Al-Assad looks in a stronger position than ever


      Middle East and north Africa oil and gas reserves

      Hydrocarbon reserves of strength Subscription Required

      By Dominic Dudley

      The Middle East remains a key source of hydrocarbons, but reserves are growing faster in other regions

      More Trends


      The Louvre Abu Dhabi

      The GCC’s growing art spend Subscription Required

      By Austyn Allison

      Qatar and Abu Dhabi are among the states muscling in on the international art market

      More Analysis

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