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ALL OUR REPORTS:

2012  
Nigeria, Bloomberg Businessweek
March 5, 2012 / 6 pages
www.worldfolio.co.uk
2011  
Turkey, The Guardian
July 19, 2011 / 8 pages
Kuwait Part 2, Bloomberg Businessweek
June 28, 2011 / 8 pages
Kuwait Part 1, Bloomberg Businessweek
June 20, 2011 / 11 pages
- Kuwait interviews:
  1. H.H. The Prime Minister of Kuwait, Sheikh Nasser Al-Mohammed Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah
2. His Excellency Yousef Al-Ebraheem, Advisor to Al-Diwan Al-Amiri, State of Kuwait
3. Mr. Adel Al-Roumi, President, Partnerships Technical Bureau (PTB), Kuwait
4. Her Excellency Mrs. Deborah K. Jones, American Ambassador to Kuwait
5. Mr. Majed Essa Al-Ajeel, Chairman of Burgan Bank, Kuwait
6. His Highness Sheikh Dr. Mohammed Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, State of Kuwait
7. Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of State for Development Affairs & Minister of Housing, State of Kuwait
8. Mr. Michel Accad, Chief Executive Officer, Gulf Bank, Kuwait
9. His Excellency Sheikh Ahmed Abdullah Al-Sabah, Outgoing Minister of Oil, State of Kuwait
10. Sheikh Meshaal Jaber Al-Ahmed Al-Sabah, Chief, Kuwait Foreign Investment Bureau
11. Mr. Abdulwahab A. Al-Bader, Director General of the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development
12. Mr. Hamed Saleh Al-Saif, Director General, Kuwait Stock Exchange
13. Mr. Anwar Abdul Rahman Al-Jawdar, Chairman, National Offset Company
14. H. E. Mr. Ahmad Rashed Al Haroun, Minister of Commerce & Industry, State of Kuwait
15. Mr. Fahad Al-Rajaan, Director General of The Public Institution for Social Security
16. Mr. Tawfik Al-Bahar, Managing Director, Warba Insurance
17. Mr. Salman A. Albadran, CEO, VIVA Telecom
18. Sheikha Intisar Salem Al-Ali Al-Sabah, Chairperson & Managing Director, Refrigeration Industries Company
19. Prof. Abdullatif Al-Bader, President Kuwait University
20. Mr. Wael Al-Sabih, President Kefan Optics
21. Mr. Hussain Al-Wazzan, Vice President Kefan Optics
22. Eng. Hussain Saleh Al-Shaikh, Chairman and MD, Gulf Glass Manufacturing Company
23. Dr. Kazem Behbehani, Director General, Dasman Diabetes Institute
24. Mr. Abdullah Al-Sharhan, Chairman, Australian College of Kuwait
25. Mr. Wael A. Abdul Ghafoor, Owner, American School of Kuwait (ASK)
26. H.E. Prof. Moudhi Al-Humoud, Outgoing Minister of Education and Higher Education
27. Mr. Walid Al-Hashash, Chairman AREF Energy Holding Company
28. Mr. Tareq Al-Wazzan, Chief Executive Officer, AREF Energy Holding Company
29. Mr. Lionel Gittens, Managing Director, American General Trading & Contracting Co (AGT)
30. Mrs. Sheila Gittens, President, American General Trading & Contracting Co (AGT)
31. Dr. Mansour B. AlOrf, Hospital Director, ALORF Hospital
32. Dr. Hussain Al Sayegh, Chairman and Managing Director, Aknan Global Real Estate Company
Angola, Bloomberg Businessweek
March 7, 2011 / 10 pages
2008  
Dominican Republic, The Economist
August 16, 2008 / 11 pages
Angola part two, The Economist
January 5, 2008 / 11 pages
2007  
Angola part one, The Economist
December 22, 2007 / 4 pages
Belize, The Economist
December 22, 2007 / 2 pages
Zambia, The Economist
December 22, 2007 / 1 page
Ghana, The Economist
December 15, 2007 / 4 pages
Tatarstan, The Economist
November 24, 2007 / 8 pages
Tanzania, The Economist
October 27, 2007 / 9 pages
Libya, The Economist
October 20, 2007 / 7 pages
Trinidad & Tobago, The Economist
September 29, 2007 / 7 pages
Cape Verde, The Economist
September 22, 2007 / 1 page
Bahamas, The Economist
September 15, 2007 / 4 pages
Kenya part two, The Economist
September 8, 2007 / 2 pages
Gabon, The Economist
September 8, 2007 / 2 pages
Rwanda, The Economist
September 8, 2007 / 5 pages
Cabinda (Angola), The Economist
September 8, 2007 / 4 pages
Peru, The Economist
September 1, 2007 / 5 pages
Kenya part one, The Economist
July 28, 2007 / 5 pages
Macau part two, The Economist
June 23, 2007 / 5 pages
Macau part one, The Economist
June 16, 2007 / 8 pages
Puerto Rico, The Economist
May 26, 2007 / 8 pages
Dominican Republic, The Economist
May 5, 2007 / 12 pages
Nigeria part two, The Economist
April 27, 2007 / 8 pages
Nigeria part one, The Economist
April 20, 2007 / x pages
Russian regions: TVER, The Economist
April 13, 2007 / 2 pages
Nigeria (Cross River), The Economist
March 30, 2007 / 2 pages
Bermuda, The Economist
March 23, 2007 / 4 pages
Barbados, The Economist
March 9, 2007 / 7 pages