London, England (PRWEB) October 27, 2014
BinaryBook.com economic analysts believe that international investment remains pivotal to rebuilding the fractured economies of Middle East countries. The economic impact of civil unrest across the region has been substantial, with soaring unemployment, rising inflation and poor service delivery. A Middle East Congress will be hosted in London in February 2015 between key decision makers, business leaders and government officials from the UK, North Africa and Middle Eastern nations. The countries that will be attending include the UAE, Egypt, UK, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and others.
Among the many investment initiatives currently underway between Mid-East nations and the UK is a £525 million wind turbine initiative in Norfolk. In fact BinaryBook.com reports that the total trade between the UK and Middle East nations amounted to £19 billion between January and June 2014. Key dignitaries at the upcoming conference will include Mohammed Omran of the ESE (Egyptian Stock Exchange), Ahmad A. Julfar CEO of a major Mid-East telecom company, Reem Al Hashimi the UAEs Minister of State, as well as London Mayor Boris Johnson. These types of initiatives are vital to global interests as they forge international co-operation and underscore the importance of maintaining political, economic and social interaction. Among the many UK companies vying for a greater slice of the lucrative Middle East market are BAE Systems, HSBC, British Petroleum, and Royal Dutch Shell.
BinaryBook.com analysts are confident that these ongoing economic partnerships are the right way to combat the rising scourge of radicalism sweeping across several Mid-Eastern countries. CEO of BinaryBook.com Tom Stark had this to say, "The Middle East Congress is a fantastic initiative designed to foster trust, co-operation and economic prosperity… ultimately what we’re looking for are a series of partnerships between the West and Middle East countries to allow for greater liberalisation of trade, economic prosperity and transparency for investment opportunities. The Arab Spring was a wake-up call for all of us to work harder to help build a better world where economic opportunity is accessible to everyone."
Tom Stark is the CEO of BinaryBook, a leading binary options trading platform, based in London, UK with offices in Anguilla.
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