This podcast follows up on our last episode, and we are pleased to continue our discussion with PPP expert David Baxter. Contrary to last time, this conversation zooms in on the Saudi PPP market, outlining key sectors and opportunities, as well as expected future trends.
Joe Biden’s win has important implications across the Middle East. This special briefing looks at what is likely to stay the same and what policy areas are expected to change in the region. While the recent trend of increasing US withdrawal from the Middle East is likely to continue, we may see Joe Biden take…
This webinar, hosted by Mashora Group on November 4th, shed light on current and emerging decarbonization trends within the oil and gas economies in the GCC. Insights were given into the role of renewables, with a focus on green hydrogen, as well as the concept of a circular carbon economy, which has gained prominence in…
We highlight the role that governmental and stock market regulations will play in promoting impact investment in the MENA region.
In this podcast, we are joined by David Baxter, who works at the forefront of developing new approaches to PPPs. Together, we discuss the potential benefits, but also the risks and limitations, of treating PPPs as a development tool.
On October 1, Saudi Arabia released its pre-budget statement, highlighting revised expectations for 2020 and 2021. We analyse and evaluate expected changes in the Saudi budget, taking into account the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 and Fiscal Balance Program (FBP).
The Mashora Group webinar on MENA Post-COVID explored what economic recovery would look like for MENA countries. The webinar provided opportunities for suggestions regarding practical action to be taken by governments, international organisations and the private sector to remove obstacles and create opportunities for a more inclusive transition towards a sustainable growth agenda. In his…
In this podcast we summarize a discussion we recently moderated on a looming environmental catastrophe off the coast of Yemen, which, if it was to occur, would lead to an oil leak 100 times the size of the recent Mauritius spill.
To inform about and contribute to resolving the ‘Safer affair’, Mashora Group hosted an inter-disciplinary webinar on August 27th, at 4pm UK time.
As the Lebanese and the world reacts to the Beirut blast this week, we highlight the socio-economic and political implications of this incident on the country.