OBG


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OBG

abbreviation for obstetrics and gynecology.
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He told OBG that energising research and innovation in the main thematic areas of the expo dovetailed with the objectives mapped out in Dubai's master plan.
OBG said that ictQatar's ICT SME Toolkit outlined how cutting-edge IT solutions, such as cloud services, could benefit small businesses.
Khalifa bin Abdullah al-Barwani, CEO of the NCSI said he was confident that the partnership with OBG would prove to be a highly effective means of disseminating important economic data to the local business community and prospective foreign investors.
Au sujet des perspectives d'avenir, Walter Siouffi, President directeur general de Citibank Maghreb, confie a OBG que plusieurs secteurs, comme le tourisme et l'aviation devront attirer davantage d'investissements etrangers en 2013.
The deal enabled OBG to have access to DEyK's research resources, which were used in the compilation of the data for "The Report: Turkey 2013.
Both Casanearshore and Rabat Technopolis are currently home to more than 100 firms, OBG said.
The demand for water has risen sharply and this has added to the country's woes," the OBG report stated.
The Report: Bahrain 2010 marks the culmination of more than six months of field research by a team of analysts from OBG, assessing trends and developments in all major sectors of the economy, including energy, industry, finance, banking, tourism, transport and real estate.
These are the major conclusions contained in the 2010 Report of OBG on Tunisia, a 200-page research document on which worked an important team of international analysts to give an overview of all political, economic, social and cultural aspects of Tunisia.
Egypt's economic health has inexorably allowed the country's banking sector to maintain a firm position, owing to its low debt levels and balance sheets based on firm fundamentals, OBG explains.
He told OBG that while increases in domestic demand had led to a slight drop in petroleum exports, with figures showing a fall from 85m barrels of petroleum product exported in 2003 to 81m barrels in 2008, imports of crude oil from Saudi Arabia, had remained relatively constant.
The Report: Ras Al Khaimah 2010' will be a vital guide to many facets of the emirate, including its macroeconomics, infrastructure, banking and sectoral developments, said OBG.