Tags (8) : economy
02/24/2016 | Socio-economic assessments
How to develop technologies in Middle-Eastern and North African countries? Whether it's educational reforms or the fight against corruption, improving the regional economy faces many challenges. Experts from the FEMISE and Economic Research Forum have identified several avenues that could provide new momentum through innovation. Version française
05/26/2015 | Socio-economic assessments
To ensure its economic development and improve overall productivity, a country must commit to a strategy that reallocates resources linked, or not, to an industrial policy. A study by Femise analyses the scope of these structural changes in four countries, namely Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt and Turkey. Version française
11/09/2012 | Services / Finances
MEDITERRANEAN. The econostrum.info website, specialized in current events on the economy of Mediterranean countries, launches a version in english.
11/02/2012 | Environmental and development issues
MEDITERRANEAN. In complement to work on energy and tourism in the Mediterranean region supported by the European Investment Bank, the Plan Bleu has just presented the results of its two topics. This work questions the notion of the ‘sustainability’ of tourist destinations, and opens up avenues to...
10/30/2012 | Mediterranean territorial issues
Spurred into action by the financial crisis and the desire in the wake of the Arab Spring to build a modern and diverse economy, the southern Mediterranean countries are trying to find different ways to grow. CoopMed is a timely initiative to help bring about solidarity finance aimed at helping SMEs and encouraging job creation.
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10/29/2012 | Publireportage
By Philippe de Fontaine Vive, Vice President of the European Investment Bank The wave of revolutions that has shaken the Mediterranean since January 2011 is unprecedented in the region’s contemporary history. Comparable to the events experienced by Europeans in autumn 1989, the now famous Arab...
10/29/2012 | Publireportage
These are extraordinary times for citizens in our region. As we are all aware, many opportunities have opened up, and, at the same time, economic and social challenges remain. Much work lies ahead to realize the dreams that underlie the Arab Spring. How can we support the historic social processes...
10/15/2012 | Socio-economic assessments
EGYPT. Strong internal demand and government measures to support the economy allowed Egypt to avoid the worst effects of the global crisis. For 2011, the Egyptian authorities have forecast economic growth of more than 6%.