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MIDDLE EAST BUSINESS SECTORS

MIDDLE EAST BUSINESS COMMENT & ANALYSIS

date:Posted: 22-12-2008
QATAR. DTZ, the international real estate advisory firm, today released a market report on Qatar providing an in-depth review of the state of the real estate sector, predicting sustained demand across all asset classes, despite the global credit crunch.
date:Posted: 22-12-2008
INTERNATIONAL. Why would a country choose to default on its domestic debt if it could print its way out of it instead? This is a question many investors have been asking analysts. As Merrill Lynch reminds us all in this research paper, there is no such thing as a free lunch.
date:Posted: 22-12-2008
INTERNATIONAL. In its monthly analysis of economic and financial market developments Standard Chartered says we may be past the worst, but markets are not about to recover soon.

MIDDLE EAST COUNTRIES

UAE. Leading conglomerate in luxury jewellery, fashion, hospitality and trading Bin Hendi Group reports that its Dubai retail sales are tracking down 20% and the company is preparing for staff cuts and putting a freeze on expansion. It is time for all individuals, companies and countries to take prudent action, says one of the founding fathers of Dubai's retail sector, President of Bin Hendi Enterprises, Mohi-Din Binhendi.