The second session of Oman Debate 2012 titled ‘Freezones and Industrial Areas: Powerhouses of tomorrow- Opportunities and Challenges’ witnessed spirited deliberations on the accountability of the government and corporates, transparency, industrial relations, reformation of labour law etc. Excerpts. Tim: We will get from the panel a sense of where they are on the question ‘Is […]
Kuwait is considering a review of its too generous subsidy programme, with the Emir recently calling on legislators to find ways to stop ‘the squandering of the country’s resources’.
Middle East’s aviation industry is forging ahead with massive expansion strategy, but air traffic management continues to be a key issue affecting the growth of regional airlines. Muhammed Nafie reports
Internal Controls were referred to as early as the late 1940s. Gradually they grew in importance; initially being the informal systems an enterprise would need to have in order to function well, the focus being on administrative controls to ensure smooth functioning followed by accounting and operational controls.
Bertrand Gros, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Geneva watchmaker Rolex shares his thoughts on the marquees financial results and future plans.