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Saudi Arabia ranked 28th globally, with per capita estimated at $32,500 a year, while Oman ranked 33rd, with per capita estimated at approximately $30,000 a year, followed by Bahrain at approximately $29,800 a year.
The survey found a significant degree of optimism among investors of all ages and asset classes globally, a confidence potentially fuelled by double-digit equity gains last year in a number of countries such as the United Arab Emirates, the United States, China and Argentina.
Oredoo, on the other hand, has a market value of $958m, which landed in the 94th position globally.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance, the world's fourth-largest automotive group, continues to make progress in its commitment to closing the gender gap, with both companies reporting a rise in the percentage of women in manager-level positions globally in 2013 compared with the previous year.
The UAE leads globally in a number of indicators in the report issued by the World Economic Forum: First globally in quality of the roads and the absence of organised crime; first globally for having the lowest rate of inflation; second globally for government procurement of advanced technology; second globally for the effectiveness of government spending, and the impact of taxes on investment and the lack of trade barriers; and second for the quality of its infrastructure in the aviation sector.
Lebanon's rank improved by two spots globally and by one spot regionally from the previous year.
Khaled bin Mohammad Al-Anqri said this achievement reaffirms the presence of the Kingdom globally in the field of Higher Education and our universities can compete globally.
Paul Kelly "After deep reflection I have suddenly come to the conclusion that globally, the Left--which is no longer of any consequence--has been defeated"
Globally literate leaders possess four distinct competencies: personal literacy (understanding and valuing yourself), social literacy (engaging and challenging others), business literacy (focusing and mobilizing your organization) and cultural literacy (valuing and leveraging cultural differences).
The lessons and principles offered reveal that communicating globally is not for the timid or small-thinking practitioner.
What it means for American audiences, as the summer movie season fast approaches, is that we can expect big studios to produce ever more ``Mission: Impossibles'' - which grossed $181 million here and a whopping $273 million globally - and leave smaller, dialogue-heavy fare to the independents.
REBUILD globally is a nonprofit in Haiti providing living wage employment for survivors of the devastating 2010 earthquake.