’“We want Arab governments to specify 25% quota for women’s businesses,” says UN Regional Director.
As part of the EU Commission-UN Women Spring Forward for Women Programme for the Southern Mediterranean region, “Khadija” is the new programme launched by the Arab Network for Economic Empowerment of Women,’ the Daily News Egypt writes.
CME – the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Lund University – invites you to an event on the research of tomorrow on the Middle East on the 25th of May.
During the second day of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, SWENACC member firm Ericsson announced the opening of a new expertise center in Tunisia, to be launched already by the end of 2015.
At a recent press conference, a number of high-level Egyptian ministers including Prime Minister Ibrahim Mehleb presented some of the government’s plans for the Economic Summit in Sharm El-Sheikh in March.
Oxford Business Group has conducted a review of Morocco’s development in 2014, highlighting positive factors looking ahead such as important industry developments, as well as the great outlook for Morocco’s financial sector.