نيرمين عباس

Nermeen Abbas

Researcher at Forbes Middle East

ARTICLES

1 month ago

Gulf Countries Continue To Ease Restrictions On Foreign Investments

Gulf countries are gradually lifting restrictions on foreign money, seeking to diversify their economies and attract FDIs following a slump in oil prices over the last few years.
By Nermeen Abbas 5 min read
1 month ago

Abu Dhabi’s New $145.6 Million VC Fund Is A Boost That Startups Need

The Abu Dhabi Investment Office has launched a new $145.6 million Ghadan Ventures Fund as it seeks to accelerate the startups ecosystem across the emirate.
By Nermeen Abbas 4 min read
1 month ago

Energy Companies Tap Into Oilfield Services As The Market Expected To Hit $127.3B

Oil and energy companies are tapping into the lucrative oilfield services’ market, as it is expected to witness a significant growth over the upcoming years, due to the soaring consumption of oil and...
By Nermeen Abbas 4 min read
1 month ago

Investors Are Giving Millions To Online Beauty Stores

With e-commerce platforms gaining in popularity across the Arab world, fashion and beauty online marketplaces are becoming a favorable option with the region’s shoppers. 
By Nermeen Abbas 7 min read
1 month ago

Food-Delivery Competition Heats Up In The Middle East

The food delivery market is gaining traction across the Middle East, as a number of players race to leverage huge demand from a fast-growing customer base.
By Nermeen Abbas 3 min read
1 month ago

Electric Dreams: The Major Manufacturers Turning To E-cars

Car-makers are shifting their attentions sharply toward electric vehicles, as consumers increasingly turn away from traditional cars and governments tighten restrictions over Co2 emissions.
By Nermeen Abbas 5 min read
1 month ago

Investments In Energy To Hit $1 Trillion

Saudi Arabia has the largest committed and planned investments in the medium-term followed by the UAE and Kuwait.
By Nermeen Abbas 5 min read
1 month ago

Careem Debuts Roadside Assistance In Dubai

Ride-hailing platform, Careem, has debuted an on-demand roadside assistance service in Dubai, with plans to expand the service to others areas across the UAE.
By Nermeen Abbas 3 min read