Latest articles from Kuwait

Kuwait in the comfort zone

August 7, 2006

Huge oil revenues place Kuwait in an economic comfort zone that helps to diminish political tensions, while Kuwaiti banks are looking across the region for opportunities, writes Eleanor Gillespie, with Jon Marks.


January 2, 2006

National Bank of Kuwait
Ibrahim S. Dabdoub, CEO

Central Banker of the Year/ Middle East

January 2, 2006

Sheikh Salem Abdul Aziz Al-Sabah Governor, Central Bank of Kuwait

Mood of confidence permeates the market

November 7, 2005

Foreign banks are arriving in Kuwait at last, just as the Bank of Kuwait and Middle East takeover signals the domestic market’s renewed attraction, writes Paul Melly.
On October 2, HSBC Middle East became the second foreign bank to open its doors in Kuwait under the pilot liberalisation programme developed by the authorities in the past year.

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