Email this article to a friend To send a link to this page you must be logged in. Or have the Keystone Cops of Brexit finally arm-twisted enough signatures real or forged from backbench geniuses to trigger a no confidence vote at this critical juncture? She felt safe enough to fly to Brussels to pin down the brief statement on future trade relations. Boris got the timing wrong too.
Middle East Business Report is a weekly half-hour programme covering business issues from the region Contact the programme on middleeastbiz bbc. Despite sitting on one tenth of the world's oil, the emirate is trying to promote itself as a pioneer for of clean energy.
Its biggest project is Masdar, a sustainable, zero-carbon city that's attracting investment in the renewable energy sector to the region. But while there's growing interest in clean energy on an international scale, local demand has failed to gain momentum. And with fuel still cheap here, there's little incentive for businesses to make changes.
Abu Dhabi may have the financial clout to invest in alternative forms of energy but will its plans pay off in the long run? Katy Watson's in Abu Dhabi to find out.
It was a positive step for the world's governments in addressing climate change but the focus this week in Abu Dhabi is very much on the private sector.
Companies and investors from nearly countries will be in the UAE's capital to talk about the latest developments in the industry. So how important is the business community in coming up with alternative sources of energy? And what role do they have in mobilising governments to make those changes?
Thanks to cheap fuel and higher disposable incomes, 4x4s are the car of choice. But that could be changing. Fuel prices in the UAE have risen three times in the last six months - and are set to rise even further as subsidies are cut. So is that enough to wean drivers off their love of the gas guzzler.
The world's big car makers - including GM and Ford - have ambitious plans to launch their electric cars in the region - but can they win over drivers? First challenge is to install a network of charging points. Second is to convince drivers that electric cars can cope with the Gulf's soaring temperatures, the fast roads and the long distances between cities.
This week Ben Thompson meets one Emirati who's already made the switch - and the firms hoping others will follow his lead.
Algerians are rioting the Egyptians are calling for change and Yemen is as unstable as ever. And whilst many of the issues stem from deeper problems; calls for leadership reforms, free elections and press freedom - tensions have boiled over because of rising costs, soaring unemployment and poverty.
So - if governments can solve the economic problems, can they solve the social ones too? And is it really that simple? But rarely do they go for motorbikes. To help change that perception, small groups of amateurs and semi-professionals are working hard with custom built "super bikes" to get motorbike racing off the ground.
They're founding leagues at the various local circuits. Sponsors are flooding in to help with the expense of this fledgling industry. However, it's not all easy going. Most parts have to be imported - the movement's too young for local entrepreneurs to get in on the act.
And this is a dangerous sport. In the last ten weeks, there's been one fatal accident and several others where riders suffered serious injuries. Can the league survive and flourish in such an environment?Nov 23, · According to the present market study the ‘EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) Bone Conduction Devices market’ report sheds lightweight on the assorted factors like makers, shipment, price, revenue, profits, business distribution, CAGR and trends in forthcoming years.
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Nov 25, · Climate change could cost the US hundreds of billions of dollars and damage health, a major report warns. Amazon rainforest deforestation 'worst in 10 years', says Brazil 24/11/ The rate of deforestation has risen % in a year, amid concern about the new president's policies.
Get the latest BBC News from the Middle East: breaking news, features, analysis and debate plus audio and video coverage from across the Middle East. Mar 28, · Getting behind the issues of trade, business and economics in the Gulf.
Now That's What I Call Music! 40 was released on November 8, The album is the 40th edition of the Now! series in the United States. To celebrate the release of its 40th disc, two versions were released: the standard edition containing "16 of the hottest tracks from the last few months", including the Billboard Hot number-one hit, "Moves Like Jagger", and a two-disc Deluxe Edition set.