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, No 11, Monday 09th June, 2008

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MAIN HEADLINES FROM THIS ISSUE:

  • Tortuous demands of the Greek offset regulations “cost contractors nothing”

    Greece’s dystopian policy on offsets is possibly the most convoluted and detailed of any country. Interpreting the guidelines is not straightforward and opportunities for public debate with ministry officials who administer the policy are exceptional. The Global Industrial Co-operation Conference in Seville provided one rare chance…

  • Saudi Arabia sets a threshold

    Saudi Arabia’s MoD has for the first time determined a threshold above which offsets will be required when military equipment is purchased. It is set at SR 400m ($107m). Previously the threshold was decided on a case-by-case basis.

  • Kuwait: Balance shifting towards civil offsets

    Mazen Madooh, Managing Director of Kuwait’s National Offset Company (NOC), said that the NOC is changing the way it is implementing projects. The NOC is accelerating the process of issuing licenses and government approvals for projects and is providing sector and project studies, and marketing surveys…

  • Kuwait approves offset fund managed by leading regional investment bank

    NBK Capital, a leading regional investment bank, has established a fund focused on investing in private equity opportunities in Kuwait…

AND LOT'S MORE...

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