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Putin's landslide victory to attract additional $30bn to Russian economy

Vladimir Putin’s re-election as Russian president will ensure the continuation of an economic policy that has seen a major spike in foreign investment, says head of the Russian Direct Investment Fund.
 
"Since the elections are over, it will allow institutional investors to actively implement projects in Russia in the medium term, which can provide an additional influx of $25-30 billion into the Russian economy," RDIF’s Kirill Dmitriev told reporters.
 
 

Dubai Investments committed to growth, expansion in Azerbaijan

Source : Saudi Gazette | 25 Oct 2013

Dubai Investments, is reinforcing its commitment to growth in Azerbaijan and the CIS states through an active participation in BakuBuild 2013, the 19th Azerbaijan International Construction Exhibition, currently under way in Baku, Azerbaijan.

 

Saudi Arabia, Indonesia vow to push industrial investments

By Abdul Ghafour / 6 Feb 2013

A joint Saudi-Indonesian oil refinery and petrochemical project in Tuban, East Java involves a capital investment of $ 30 billion, Indonesian Ambassador Gatot Abdullah Mansyur said yesterday.

He estimated the total Saudi investment in his country at $ 8.65 billion. There is a new joint mineral project and a health water project in South Sulawesi at a cost of $ 10 billion and $ 200 million respectively, he added.

 

Egypt seeks to regain investor confidence, bring capitals back home

By Carina Kamel / 26 Jan 2013

Facing the threat of economic crisis back home, a delegation of Egyptian officials and businessmen visited London this month to meet with foreign investors and try to restore confidence in the economy.

Foreign investment to Egypt dropped significantly after the revolution, and now, two years after the 2011 uprising, many investors have yet to return.

 

Islamic principles in economic life

By Taha Abdel Alim | Ahramonline | 8 Jan 2012

Until now, no final decision has been made on the use of interest in monetary affairs under Islam, which alone feeds the confusion.

 
 

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