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    Motivating the youth of the Gulf countries is vital for growth

    In recent years, Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries have faced huge youth unemployment. For those under 25, theLeila Hoteit and Alexander Tuerpitz

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    Readapt, retool and reassess to succeed in zones of conflict

    Armand Phares had just graduated from Paris’s Insead business school and was dreaming of a career in international commerceBorzou Daragahi

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    Middle East economies: Balancing the books proves difficult

    Foreign direct investment fell by 4 per cent in the Middle East between 2013 and 2014, the sixth consecutive year-on-yearGavin Jackson

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    Egypt expects building boom in resilient real estate market

    Real estate in Egypt has shown resilience as political turmoil has damaged other parts of the economy over the past fourHeba Saleh

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    Instability and oil price plunge in the Arab world end boom years

    The dual challenges of rising terrorism and falling oil prices hover over the Middle East and north Africa, dashing hopes ofSimeon Kerr

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    Gulf Cooperation Council hit hard by failure to diversify

    For all the billions of dollars in wealth accumulated over the past decade, the six-country Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)Tara Gally

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    Falling cost of solar offers solace after halving of oil price

    For decades, energy in the Arab world has been synonymous with oil. Plentiful hydrocarbons and heavily subsidised power andSiona Jenkins

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    McLaren launches cheapest car yet at £145,000

    McLaren, British maker of the £1m P1 “hypercar”, is to launch a ‘cheaper’ car, the first of a range aimed at more thanAndy Sharman, Motor Industry Correspondent

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    Northerners lose out on UK mortgage options

    Northern borrowers with non-typical home loans are almost twice as likely to be “mortgage prisoners” as those from southernJames Pickford

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    If the lines are ‘blurred’ the right thing is to ask permission

    Sir, speaking of the infringement judgment against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams in “Blurred Lines”, Mr Williams was

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