Iran has contracts with major foreign companies, but the expected era of prosperity has not occurred. Raul Heraud discusses domestic financial service challenges. The tech startup company Snapp provides affordable and convenient transport.
The UAE ranks 26 on the World Bank's 2017 list. Mondelez helps provide 12,000 jobs and is undergoing expansion. Experts discuss the Bahrain International Investment Park, competition in the Middle East, and public perceptions.
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Iranian millennials see their country as a market ripe with opportunity; how Bahrain leverages its geographic location to attract international companies and foreign investment.
Length: 12 minutes
Copyright date: ©2017
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