Money inflows of unknown origin headed for record in Turkey
As Turkey’s current account deficit continues to widen in the coming months, foreign currency inflows of unknown origin might end up covering more than 70% of the gap.
Latest PRO Memo: Gulf states changing labor, visa and residency policies to attract foreign wealth, talent
Governments in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states are vying to attract global wealth and talent as part of post-coronavirus, oil-fueled economic development trajectories.
Jordan’s tourism revenue triples
The increase follows Syrians being able to travel easily to Jordan again.
Understanding Iraq’s Coordination Framework
With no end in sight to Iraq’s political deadlock, Mustafa Saadoun takes a closer look at the Coordination Framework, the largest Shiite bloc in Iraq’s parliament. The Iran-backed Framework has successfully kept populist Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr and his allies from securing the two-thirds majority needed to select a new Iraqi president and ultimately form a government. To understand how, check out the parliament’s political makeup before and after the Sadr ordered the mass resignation of his MPs in June.