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Read the July 2019 MEED Business Review online

30 June 2019 6:12 PM By

July 2019 MEED Business Review

The struggle for infrastructure investment; Iraqi projects pick up pace as security and economy stabilise; Bank mergers reshape the region’s financial landscape. Read all this and more in the July 2019 edition of MBR

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Despite financial interest in the growing pipeline of infrastructure projects, significant barriers remain to the flow of global liquidity into the regional projects market. This month’s cover story offers an in-depth analysis of the infrastructure financing challenge, with insights on what governments can do to stimulate lending to infrastructure projects.

This month’s exclusive Big Interview features the CEO of Masdar, Mohamed al-Ramahi, who tells MEED he plans to increase Masdar’s international investments in renewable energy.

Our GCC banking industry report, meanwhile, looks at the mergers that are reshaping the region’s financial landscape. The report also includes MEED’s annual ranking of the GCC’s top banks and an interview with RakBank’s CEO Peter England, who makes the case for small banks in the GCC.

Our Market Focus section brings you the latest analysis on Iraq, which, despite its fiscal peril, represents a strong opportunity amid lacklustre Gulf project activity.

The July 2019 issue also includes:

We hope you enjoy the July issue of MEED Business Review.


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