نيرمين عباس

Nermeen Abbas

Researcher at Forbes Middle East

ARTICLES

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
1 month ago

GCC To Witness Marginal Economic Growth In 2019

Despite the strong drive in recent years by GCC authorities to diversify their economies, oil continues to play a dominant role, constituting up to 46% of total GDP.
By Nermeen Abbas 4 min read
2 months ago

This Is Why Sharjah And Ajman Properties Remain Attractive Despite Falling Prices

The emirates of Sharjah and Ajman might offer affordable alternatives for buying and renting properties in the UAE, but they continue to offer high returns on investment even as prices fall.
By Nermeen Abbas 4 min read
2 months ago

Saudi Arabian Ma’aden To Acquire 85% In Mauritius-based company

The all-cash deal is due to be completed by September for an undisclosed fee.
By Nermeen Abbas 4 min read
2 months ago

Almost 39% Of EMEA’s Wealthy Investors Are Bullish On Equities

Around 800 European ultra-high-net-worth investors participated in the survey which polled clients from countries including, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Turkey, Russia, Spain, Switzerland and...
By Nermeen Abbas 4 min read
2 months ago

Agility’s Tristar Bags $166M Contract From Shell

Kuwait’s logistics provider Agility Public Warehousing Company has been awarded a $166 million contract from Shell through its 65%-owned subsidiary Tristar.
By Nermeen Abbas 3 min read