Kuwait Articles & Analysis

As hydrocarbons forms the backbone of Kuwait’s economy, the resurgence in global commodity markets bodes well for the future and has led to a renewed sense of optimism. The recovering market is also supporting the government’s diversification efforts under the auspices of the Kuwait National Development Plan, or New Kuwait.

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ETIQUETTE: It is customary to exchange handshakes when introducing yourself; however, it is important to allow members of the opposite sex to extend their hand to initiate the handshake. It is also not uncommon to see men greet each other with kisses on both cheeks. The dress code during business meetings is professional and...

 

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Articles & Analysis | Kuwait Hotel Listings from The Report: Kuwait 2017

 

JW MARRIOTT KUWAIT Al Shuhada Street, Safat T: +965 2245 5550 F: +965 2245 1889 www.jwmarriottkuwaithotel.com Rooms: 240 rooms and 73 suites. Business & Conference Facilities: 4 meeting rooms, 2 ballrooms, executive lounge and business centre. Health & Leisure Facilities: Health club, spa and indoor pool. Guest Services: Valet...

Chapter | The Guide 2 from The Report: Kuwait 2017

The guide contains listings of some of the leading hotels and resorts in Kuwait and contacts for important government offices and services. It also contains useful tips and information for first-time or regular and business and leisure visitors alike.

Kuwait has continued the expansion and diversification of its real estate sector, with progress being made on a series of new mixed-use and entertainment-focused developments.

Buoyed by steady economic expansion, Kuwait’s retail sector is expected to see solid growth in the second half of 2019 and beyond, though fluctuating consumer sentiment and policy changes could weigh on turnover.