Tags (5) : Istanbul
12/12/2016 | Socio-economic assessments
Interview with Dr. Abeer El-Shinnawy (FEMISE, American University in Cairo) within the context of the FEMISE & Institut de la Méditerranée contribution to the ENERGIES2050 report  on” Challenges to Climate Change in the Mediterranean” released at the occasion of the international COP22 conference that took place in Marrakech on November 15th 2016. Version française
05/23/2014 | Industry / Transport
A contrasting picture for trans-Mediterranean Ro-Ro. East-west routes are developing positively but traffic between Europe and North Africa is decreasing.
Anne Gallais-Bouchet, Balearic Island, Barcelona, CMA CGM, Corsica, eco-tax, Egypt, France, Greece, Grimaldi Lines, Grégory Fourcin, ISEMAR, Istanbul, Italie, Italy, Jean-Marie Millour, KKR, Livorno, Marseille, Mediterranean, Nantes-Saint-Nazaire, Pendik, port, Ro-Ro, Sardinia, Savona, SECA, Shippax, Short Sea Promotion Centre, Spain, Syria, Toulon, transport, Trieste, Tunisia, Turkey, UN RO-RO, Valencia
03/27/2013 | Industry / Transport
The western Mediterranean ports of call, starting with Barcelona, the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands, confirm their success. Disney Cruise Line is targeting Spain in 2013. The Disney Magic will set sail from Barcelona for a four-day cruise. The Carnival Sunshine is also operating in the...
Aegean Sea, Antoine Lacarrière, Balearic islands, Barcelona, canary islands, Carnival Sunshire, Casablanca, Civitavecchia, Compagnie du Ponant, Costa Concordia, Costa Cruises, Croisières de France, Disney cruise Line, Egypt, Genoa, Greek islands, Israel, Istanbul, Italy, l'Asutral, Libya, Livorno, Mediterranean, MSC Cruises, Naples, NCL, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Portofino, RCI, Royal Caribbean International, Savona, Spain, Splendour of the Seas, Tangiers, Tunis, Tunisia, Venice
10/16/2012 | Socio-economic assessments
MEDITERRANEAN. On 16 and 17 April 2011, Femise, the network of economic research institutions that deal with issues that affect the Mediterranean, and the ERF, a network of three hundred economists from the Mediterranean, brought some fifty experts together in Istanbul to discuss “Migration in the Arab region: Factors and consequences.” Focus on remittances from emigrants.
05/24/2011 | Services / Finances
TURKEY. In Turkey, a growing number of infrastructure projects are financed by PPP. Important amendments to legislation have allowed this model to become commonplace.