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Iran remains in the cold as JCPOA deal stalls

A long awaited FDI wave has yet to materialise in Iran as Tehran and Washington continue to lock horns and throw the future of the nuclear deal into question. Jacopo Dettoni reports. 

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Cryptocurrency to the rescue in Africa?

Cryptocurrencies and blockchain are tipped to fix some of Africa's most deeply rooted problems, but results have yet to come through. 

Israel to launch $275m digital health scheme

The Israeli government's $275m digital health project will reenforce the country's status as a leader in the healthtech space, writes Olivia Azadegan.

Saudi Arabia opens domestic work agencies to FDI

Saudi Arabia has authorised foreign investment in domestic workers’ recruitment agencies, though some say the system needs further reform. Sebastian Shehadi reports.

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Morocco finance minister looks to bigger stability dividend

North Africa has experienced a lot of political and social unrest in recent years, meaning that the relatively stable Morocco has emerged as a regional FDI hub. The country's minister of economy and finance, Mohamed Boussaid, tells Sebastian Shehadi about the next stage in attracting big investments.

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View from the Middle East and Africa: What future will AI bring?

The Middle East and Africa region needs to create the right environment to benefit from new technology such as artificial intelligence, writes Mazdak Rafaty.

Egypt election considered unlikely to threaten FDI

Observers believe that Egypt's presidential election in late March should not pose a threat to foreign investors in the country, writes Sebastian Shehadi.

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Egypt takes the nuclear option

Egypt is building its first nuclear power plant, a $30bn project awarded to Russian energy company Rosatom and partly funded by a loan from Russia. Sebastian Shehadi reports.

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Israel’s economy minister hails ‘the start-up nation’

Greenfield foreign investment to Israel soared in 2017, thanks to its well established innovation ecosystem. However, the country is seeking to further diversify its sources of FDI, as minister of economy and industry Eli Cohen explains to Sebastian Shehadi.  

Textile FDI into Ethiopia soars in 2017

China is still Ethiopia’s biggest textile investor, followed by Turkey. 

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