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The emirate of Dubai, by virtue of being less generously endowed with hydrocarbons than its regional neighbours, has worked hard over the past several decades to develop a wider, more diversified economic bedrock to power growth. As a result the emirate has several sectors whose growth is not wholly contingent on hydrocarbons revenues, and which continue to prosper in the current environment.

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What do you identify as the main obstacles holding Jordanian industry back from moving up the value chain?


With China and India seeing unprecedented growth over the past decade, global trade has increasingly pivoted towards Asia, putting ASEAN in a favourable position to capitalise on new regional opportunities. Official integration of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) is set to have a dramatic impact on future trade growth, both within ASEAN and...


Since his first overseas trip as president in November 2014, to the APEC summit in Beijing, President Joko Widodo has taken a proactive role in strengthening and diversifying Indonesia’s bilateral relations. As the dominant political and economic power in ASEAN, Indonesia’s participation in the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) will have a...


Considering their historic relationship, how can greater cooperation between New Zealand and ASEAN be encouraged?


What policy measures are needed to protect Indonesia from external macroeconomic shocks?


While the Republic of Indonesia is just over seven decades old in its current form, the South-east Asian nation of more than 17,000 islands has a much longer history under other names. The name Indonesia was first used in 1850 by British anthropologist James Richardson Logan in referring to the extensive group of islands that was known at the...