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Magazine articles on conducting business in the Middle East.
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Fast Company
September 2009
Lauren Greenfield
Bye-Bye, Dubai Not long ago, Dubai emerged as a symbol of crazed civic ambition, a once-quiet desert burg suddenly superheated by cheap capital. That's over. mark for My Articles 53 similar articles
July 30, 2009
Stanley Reed
Iraq Tries for Oil's Major Leagues Its contract with BP to work the Rumaila field could push the country closer to the top of OPEC. But corruption and security remain hazards mark for My Articles 477 similar articles
Pharmaceutical Executive
July 1, 2009
The Pharmerging Future A guide to grabbing growth in seven "pharmerging" markets. mark for My Articles 129 similar articles
The Motley Fool
July 7, 2009
David Lee Smith
Big Oil Likely to Return to Iraq With only one contract signed last week, Iraq will need changes at its next bidding session. mark for My Articles 339 similar articles
July 2, 2009
Stanley Reed
Iraq's Unsold Oil Fields Unwilling to meet Iraq's steep demands, many oil majors walked away from the recent auction without making any deals mark for My Articles 164 similar articles
Military & Aerospace Electronics
June 2009
Turkish Navy selects ITT radar approach control system Officials in the Turkish Ministry of National Defence needed a radar system for the Cengiz Topel airbase. mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
National Defense
May 2009
Stew Magnuson
For the UAE, Iran Is Both Enemy and Trading Partner As the United Arab Emirates spends billions to defend itself against a perceived Iranian threat, it also enjoys a robust trading relationship with its potential foe. mark for My Articles 210 similar articles
Bank Systems & Technology
February 3, 2009
Anne Rawland Gabriel
Banque Saudi Fransi Deploys Biometric Authentication Many institutions approach access management incrementally, but forethought at Riyadh, Saudi Arabia-based Banque Saudi Fransi permitted a leap from manual password input straight to next-generation biometric authentication. mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
The Motley Fool
February 18, 2009
Brian Orelli
Teva Raises the Barr Generic drugs are likely to be a major solution that governments use to tackle the problem of rising health-care costs, and the new, larger Teva looks well-poised to grab that growth as it happens. mark for My Articles 692 similar articles
The Motley Fool
February 10, 2009
David Lee Smith
Is Iraq About to Have an Oil Surge? While the rest of OPEC may cut production again, Iraq could be in for a boost. mark for My Articles 384 similar articles
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