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GCC rail network may get delayed by two years

The work on the $20 billion GCC rail project, which will connect all six Gulf states, is likely to be completed in 2020, two years behind the deadline set, said a report citing the chairman of the UAE’s Federal Transport Authority (FTA).

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GCC dominates global luxury spending index

Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait ranked in the top 10 of a global luxury index, performing especially well on the basis of their propensity to spend on imported luxury goods and healthy appetite for premium travel, a report said. St

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Oil price slump ‘unlikely to spur sovereign sukuk’

Although lower oil prices may lead to fiscal deficits in some GCC countries, most governments' net asset positions will likely remain strong enough to enable their financing, limiting the upside for sukuk issuance in 2015, a report said.

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Oil price slump ‘unlikely to spur sovereign sukuk’

Although lower oil prices may lead to fiscal deficits in some GCC countries, most governments' net asset positions will likely remain strong enough to enable their financing, limiting the upside for sukuk issuance in 2015, a report said.

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GCC developers to unveil big projects at Cityscape

More than 50 of the Gulf region's leading real estate developers and brokers will be showcasing their projects at the upcoming Jeddah Urban Development and Real Estate Investment Event (Cityscape Jeddah). The event will be tak

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English tutors to share information in Bahrain forum

English language teachers in Bahrain and the GCC will gather this weekend to share information and experiences. The two-day conference, Bahrain English Language Teaching (ELT) Professionals Network, will start on Friday (March 6)

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Private sector job creation ‘critical for GCC growth’

Private sector job creation and maintaining an inclusive labour market are crucial to achieve long term fiscal sustainability in the GCC countries, a report said. Fiscal pressures on GCC economies are mounting with dropping oil pr

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Throwing light on GCC dispute rules

In the last three to four years, the construction industry in the GCC has shown positive signs of recovery. There is still some way to go before the numbers can be compared to the pre-recession era. Qatar, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia

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GETEX to address GCC’s surging demand for quality learning

The Gulf Education and Training Exhibition (Getex) returns to Dubai, UAE, this April with a mission is to provide a proven marketing service to Higher Education providers from around the world. To be held from April 15 to 17 at the Duba

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US aviation giants split on GCC carrier subsidy row

A push by three US airlines to curb competition from Gulf state carriers has exposed divisions over free trade with other powerful US aviation players including Boeing Company and FedEx Corp, potentially complicating the airlines' campaign f

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