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Opinion Analysis

Innovation should be effortless
Innovation should be effortless
The journey that we all promise the travellers who come to Dubai is more important now than ever.
Entrepreneurship 101: Why great business ideas can fail
Entrepreneurship 101: Why great business ideas can fail
Your idea can be just what people need but if you don’t consider value in terms of your customer — you’ll miss the boat.
WEF destiny is contingent  on execution of solutions
WEF destiny is contingent on execution of solutions
Bali trade agreement could add $1 trillion in global economy
When will oil wake up to the bulls?
When will oil wake up to the bulls?
As 2015 has commenced, the decline in oil prices has resumed, with crude already losing a further $5 from its valuation.
King Abdullah’s reforms transformed Saudi Arabia
King Abdullah’s reforms transformed Saudi Arabia
Kingdom’s growth and diversification improved under the late royal
Venezuela’s currency woes a threat to US corporate profits
Venezuela’s currency woes a threat to US corporate profits
In a likely sign of things to come from a number of companies this results reporting season, Ford Motor Co on Friday said it was taking a pre-tax charge of $800 million for its Venezuela business.
The Swiss franc shock and euro crash
The Swiss franc shock and euro crash
The Swiss franc surged 20 per cent as the genie of Gresham’s Law
The bearish case for Malaysian equities
The bearish case for Malaysian equities
2015 will be a awful year for the Malaysian ringgit, the Borsa and Malaysian government debt, writes Matein Khalid.
Will Asian equities sizzle again in 2015?
Will Asian equities sizzle again in 2015?
Less money making opportunities in Southeast Asia this year after a wonderful 2014, writes Matein Khalid
What’s the way ahead for WTO?
What’s the way ahead for WTO?
Hanging in the balance are negotiations that began in 2001, and if approached with a new perspective, could boost global growth.
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