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Enriching The Middle East's Economic Future Conference winds up
2008-03-11
H.E. Mohamed Bin Abdulah Al Rumehi, the assistant foreign minister for follow-up affairs, addressing the closing session, underlined the significance of axes and debates taken up by the participants especially relations between the economies of the region and means of investing them.
Unemployment level in Arab world high: Omani Minister
2008-03-11
The biggest challenge facing the Arab World is creating jobs where the level of unemployment is still very high, Omani Commerce and Industry Minister said here yesterday 10 Mars,2008.
West sees energy, foreign policies merging
2008-03-11
ENERGY independence and foreign policy are two key issues that have taken the centre stage in the campaigning for the US presidential election, an American delegate at the ongoing conference
Panos Kammenos, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Mercantile Marine, Greece and Former Vice-Chair of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)
2008-03-11
2008-03-09
-Panos Kammenos, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Mercantile Marine, Greece and Former Vice-Chair of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)
Manish Tewari ... wary of energy wars
2008-03-11
GLOBALISATION of the energy markets has prompted strategic thinkers and policy makers to articulate their energy interests in the language of competition, and, of late, into a language of conflict, said Manish Tewari, spokesperson of the Indian National Congress (INC), which leads the ruling coalition in New Delhi.
Top diplomat stresses need for stability in Arab world
2008-03-11
DURABLE stability in the Arab world is of prime importance as failure to establish peace in the region will lead to new threat that may go beyond its geography and disrupt energy supplies, a top diplomat has warned.
Addressing the ‘Enriching the Middle East’s Economic Future Conference’, India’s former foreign secretary Kanwal Sibal said energy resources of the region, which claims 66% of oil and 40% of gas reserves, are a reason both why peace has been disturbed and why it is needed at all costs.
Minister hails Qatar’s economic model
2008-03-10
Qatar’s economic model is based on providing appropriate environment for investments, Minister of Finance and Acting Minister of Economy and Commerce, H E Yousuf Hussain Kamal said here yesterday 9 Mars,2008.
-Lord David Trimble, House of Lords, Nobel Laureate and former Northern Ireland First Minister, United Kingdom
2008-03-09
Lord David Trimple, Nobel Laureate and former Northern Ireland first minister, also spoke on the occasion
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