"Bankruptcy law is meant to support confidence and to smooth up possible new investments needed to support the long list of giga-projects and expected IPOs," Cyril Widdershoven, an economics and energy partner at Verocy, a consultancy firm advising on investment risks in the Middle East, told Zawya by email.
Saudi's new bankruptcy law paves way for investments in markets and mega-projects
The already strained relationship between NATO’s two main armed forces contributors, USA and Turkey, is looking for a High Noon scenario the next weeks. US senators have introduced a bipartisan...
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