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Features & Interviews

In from the cold

Cold shouldered by Europe

Making its marque

Investments by intuition


Special Report


Ravaged for years by political intransigence and an apparent distaste for foreign investment, Kuwait has often been considered a perennial economic underachiever. Yet as low oil prices threaten to plunge it into fiscal deficit this year Kuwait is, ironically, perhaps best-placed of all Gulf states to ride out the storm

Shock absorbers

Special Report There are reasons to believe Kuwait is well positioned to cope with a prolonged period of low oil prices

Picking up the pieces

Special Report Wealthy Kuwait may be one of the world’s top oil producers, but 25 years on what legacy did the Iraqi invasion leave on the economy? Jennifer Gnana reports

Back to business

Special Report Kuwaitis are rediscovering their entrepreneurial instincts, but with the country facing a budget deficit how is the government encouraging SME growth?

Slow going

Special Report Kuwait’s oil sector remains strangled by politics, averse to foreign investment and heavily subsidised at home. What chance, therefore, of long-stalled energy projects finally seeing the light?

Reasons to be hopeful

Special Report A sense of renewed energy appears to be emerging in Kuwait’s projects and construction sectors, with tens of billions-worth of schemes either underway or planned


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