KUWAIT More than 42 million old vehicle tyres dumped in Kuwait's sands have started to be recycled, as the Gulf state tackles a waste problem that created one of the world's largest tyre graveyards. | Video
Kuwait Kuwait plans to attract outside investors to fund several power projects under a public-private partnership programme that will cover more than half of its future electricity needs over the next two decades, a government official said.
KUWAIT (Reuters) -The increase in oil output agreed last month by OPEC+ nations could be reconsidered at its next meeting on Sept. 1, Kuwait's oil minister said on Sunday.
KUWAIT, Aug 29 The increase in oil output agreed
last month by OPEC+ nations could be reconsidered at its next
meeting on Sept. 1, Kuwait's oil minister said on Sunday.
KUWAIT Thousands of small and medium Kuwaiti businesses could go to the wall after being walloped by the pandemic, potentially torpedoing a private sector central to the country's efforts to remake its unorthodox and oil-pumped economy.
KUWAIT (Reuters) -The Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA), the Gulf country's sovereign wealth fund, has appointed Badr al-Ajeel as interim managing director pending a permanent appointment, a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.
KUWAIT, Aug 4 Kuwait Finance House (KFH)
, the Gulf nation's biggest Islamic lender, plans to
finance government projects in Saudi Arabia, including in the
NEOM business zone, its acting chief executive officer told
KUWAIT Kuwait needs urgent reforms to put its finances on a more sustainable footing, as monetary tools are not sufficient to address structural challenges, the governor of the central bank said on Monday.
KUWAIT (Reuters) -Kuwait's parliament approved the 2021-22 state budget on Tuesday but failed to quell a bad-tempered standoff between government and opposition that has blocked economic reforms and hampered decision-making at the Gulf state's sovereign wealth fund.
KUWAIT Kuwaiti opposition lawmakers intent on questioning the prime minister were on Tuesday obstructing parliamentary business by occupying ministers' seats, escalating a standoff between the appointed government and the elected assembly.