Added on 04/06/2011
The View From Fez
finance minister , Justice and Development Party (PJD) , Lahcen Daoudi , Mohammed VI , Morocco , Prime Minister , Salaheddine Mezouar , United States
THE VIEW FROM FEZ: The good news is that we’re going to have elections earlier than anticipated. The bad news is that security forces are taking an increasingly hard line.
Added on 18/05/2011
James M. Dorsey
Angela Merkel , Asia , Asian Football Confederation , Brazil , Brussels , chancellor , China , David Cameron , deputy chairman , Dominique Strauss-Kahn , Economy , Europe , European Union , FIFA , Finance , finance minister , Germany , Gordon Brown , Governor , Greece , India , International Monetary Fund , Ireland , Manmohan Singh , Mohamed bin Hammam , Morocco , New York , Nicolas Sarkozy , Portugal , President , Prime Minister , Russia , Sepp Blatter , Singapore , South Africa , Turkey , United Kingdom , United States , Washington , World Bank
JAMES M. DORSEY: Emerging markets are demanding that the heads of major international institutions be chosen on the basis of merit…
Added on 14/04/2011
Mishaal Al Gergawi
AED , Bahrain , Energy , Entrepreneurship , Finance , finance minister , International Atomic Energy Agency , Iran , Kuwait , Mishaal Al Gergawi , Oil , oil prices , oil reserves , Qatar , Riyadh , Saudi Arabia , Saudi government , United Arab Emirates , Venezuela
MISHAAL AL GERGAWI: Unlike an Emirati or Qatari, a Saudi doesn’t have delusional expectations of financial entitlement and pre-deserved stature at the marketplace. A Saudi is glad to find a job at all.