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Digital MEED supplements for MEED's paying subscribers to access online. Ezines replicate the magazine experience exactly here as electronic magazines or 'ezines' (turnable PDF files presented in your internet browser window).

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Executive Education Guide 2013

MBAs, EMBAs, management courses and specialist training

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Saudi Arabia Megaprojects 2013

Over the past decade, Saudi Arabia has gone through a period of dramatic change

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Middle East Economic Review

Region's rich and poor states face similar challenges

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Retail Report

In-depth analysis of the Middle East retail sector

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Oil & Gas Report

In-depth analysis of the Middle East energy sector

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A Guide to Doing Business in the UAE

The UAE has managed the impact of the crash and has laid the foundations for long-term growth

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Construction report

In-depth analysis of the booming Middle East projects market

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Turkey in the Middle East

Ankara looks to reposition itself after the Arab uprisings

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Middle East Economic Review 2012

The outlook for the regional economy has become considerably more complex as 2012 has progressed

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GCC A guide to doing business in Qatar

The guide contains data, details and contacts, as well as anyalsis and practical points

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A new political landscape

The consequences of the 2011 Arab uprisings are uncertain, but they will be far reaching. It will be many years before we know their full impact.

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Middle East universities fail to make the grade

Middle East universities are lagging behind their global counterparts with just two featuring in the ranking of the world's 400 leading higher education institutions.

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Executive Education Guide 2011

Regional governments have been prioritising the development of the education sector for several years, ploughing substantial investment into the construction of schools and the modernisation of curriculums.

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Pearl GTL: Delivering the vision

Time and again over the past decade, Qatar has shown through a series of pioneering, world-scale projects its ambition and determination to establish itself, as not just a regional, but also an international leader.

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Abu Dhabi: Turning a vision into reality

Despite concerns of a double-dip recession in the global economy and widespread political protests regionally, Abu Dhabi remains in a strongly positive macro-economic environment.

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Beyond the drawing board: The Middle East rail boom gathers speed

The launch in September of full operations on Saudi Railway Company's 1,400-kilometre minerals railway comes as the Middle East and North Africa's rail boom moves into full swing.

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A guide to doing business in the UAE

There has never been a better time to do business in the UAE. As the region's most advanced centre for logistics and services, the UAE is an ideal hub from which to serve the entire GCC - the world's fastest-growing market in 2011.

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Turkey

Turkey is growing increasingly vociferous about the Middle East

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Middle East Economic Review 2011

After several years in the doldrums, 2010 was a promising year for the economies of the Middle East and North Africa. Almost every country in the region saw growth accelerate and trade levels improve, while budget deficits became increasingly rare.

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The Middle East's growing insurance market

As a concept, insurance has yet to properly embed itself into the economic life of Middle Eastern states. But a mix of regulatory drivers, socio-economic trends and growing interest in an untapped market is creating a groundswell of awareness that could lay the foundations for significant future growth.

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The GCC at 30

Arab uprisings provide new sense of purpose.

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2011 Middle East Education Survey

The MEED 2011 Education survey shows that employers are keen to see more investment in technology, better teaching standards and an increased emphasis on problem-solving.

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Arabian World Construction Summit

As the market continues its recovery, contractors and consultants are checking contract terms to reduce the risk of non-payment.

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Arabian Power & Water Market Report 2011

Governments across the Middle East continue to struggle to keep pace with the rapid rate of growth in demand for electricity, with several adopting increasingly desperate measures in order to keep the lights on.

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MEED Quality Awards for Projects

In project offices across the region, and in design offices and factories around the world, a community of project professionals is laying the foundations that will underpin the future development of the GCC.

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Qatar Projects 2011

Having won the 2022 football World Cup bid against the odds, Qatar must now execute more than $60bn-worth of projects on time.

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The economic recovery gains momentum

Throughout 2010, the region's economy has been recovering and as we come to the end of the year, the prospects for 2011 are bright, particularly for anybody operating in the Middle East.

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Dubai's silver-service hub

The creation 25 years ago of Jebel Ali Free Zone has played a key role in the establishment of Dubai as a regional trade and logistics base.

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Wastewater sector enters a golden era

The drive to improve wastewater treatment and increase the use of treated effluent is keeping the regional wastewater sector buoyant.

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The enduring partnership between the UK and the UAE

The State Visit by Her Majesty The Queen to Abu Dhabi is of major significance to the relationship between the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.

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The changing face of executive education

Few business sectors in the Gulf can say they have had a good recession, but the executive education market is one.

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Good health in the Gulf is a top priority

Influencing lifestyle choices to prevent obesity and earlier detection of non-infectious diseases are key issues for regional governments.

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Middle East struggles with power supply

High temperatures have left electricity generators playing catch-up with the spike in power demand across much of the Middle East and North Africa.

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The Middle East rediscovers the age of the train

Across the region, rail schemes are moving ahead as governments seek to improve their domestic and international transport networks.

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MEED GCC Education Survey

A higher-quality, more diverse learning experience is needed to produce well-educated and ambitious GCC students, MEED’s survey reveals.

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The GCC's Top 100 Projects

With a combined value of almost $1.3 trillion, the GCC’s 100 biggest projects are reshaping the region’s economy for future generations. On 14 December at Bahrain’s Ritz Carlton Hotel, MEED will present its first ever Quality Awards for Projects. The aim of the awards is to celebrate best practice and raise standards in the region’s projects sector.

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Middle East Economic Review 2010

The recent volatility on the world’s capital markets, triggered by concerns over the ability of leading European economies to meet their sovereign debt obligations, is a reminder that fundamental weaknesses remain in the financial system. Rebuilding financial sector confidence is the key to a sustainable recovery in the global economy following last year’s recession.

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King Abdullah Economic City

King Abdullah Economic City will have to deliver to prove Riyadh’s economic cities development strategy is a success.

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Media convergence: The changing face of the region’s telecoms sector

Smartphones have changed the face of the web. Mobile and internet are no longer two separate entities - the two have fused.

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Raising standards in the Gulf: The drive for quality in construction

The achievements of the Gulf construction industry over the past three years have been breathtaking. The GCC in particular has seen the completion of some of the most ambitious and complex projects ever built. From the world’s tallest structure, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, to the Bahrain World Trade Centre in Manama, with its in-built wind turbine technology, and the incredible education facilities of King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (Kaust) in Saudi Arabia, and Education City in Qatar.

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Partners for growth: South Korea and the Middle East

The award in December, of an estimated $20bn contract to a South Korean-led consortium to design and build nuclear power stations in Abu Dhabi is the culmination of three decades of hard work by South Korean companies in the region. From being a very minor player 30 years ago, Korea is today one of the region’s main providers of consumer goods and engineering services.

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Qatalum: Diversifying Qatar's economy

The production of the first metal from Qatalum's $7.5bn aluminium smelter marked the start of a new chapter in Qatar's diversification drive. Since the early 1970s, the gas rich nationa has been expanding its manufacturing capabilities, beginnign with fertilisers, petrochemicals and steel. And now the country has another product that can bear the stamp 'made in Qatar'.

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GCC Power Market Report 2010: Keeping pace with demand

The Gulf’s need to build new power stations remains as pressing as ever. Although the global economic recession of 2008-09 slowed the rateat which electricity demand is growing in the GCC, consumption is still climbing strongly.

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Gulf Construction 2010: A regional projects guide

Most people working in the Gulf construction industry will have been glad to see the back of 2009 - a year that saw billions of dollars’ worth of projects put on hold, thousands of workers made redundant and contract payments delayed.

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Gulf wastewater: A regional projects guide

With the population of the GCC growing at a rate of about 3.4 per cent a year, there is increasing pressure on the region’s wastewater treatment plants, many of which are working well above their design capacity.

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Offshore oil & gas: Crossing new frontiers

Until recently, national and international oil companies had been deterred from exploring offshore acreages due to the higher costs and greater complexity involved in developing them, compared with onshore fields. The average cost of drilling an oil well onshore in Saudi Arabia, for example, is $2.9m, whereas drilling a similar well in the Gulf can cost up to $16m.

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Nakilat: Delivering Qatar's gas to the world

Qatar Gas Transport Company’s (Nakilat) $11bn investment in a fleet of specialist, state-of-the-art liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers is the largest single merchant shipbuilding programme since the Second World War, during which the US commissioned a new fleet to replace vessels destroyed in the conflict.

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