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He was a part of the Royal family and, therefore, especial attention was given to his education. He also was made responsible politically at a very early age. The department of public service of Ahmadi region in Kuwait was under control of Sheikh Jaber when he was only 21 years old (AME Info, 1). This shows that he was being groomed to become the ruler of the country from a very early age.
His highness Sheikh Jaber had the honor of chairing the first finance ministry of Kuwait in 1962. Before this, Kuwait did not have a ministry of finance. During his tenure as a finance minister, Sheikh Jaber took many landmark steps. He was the first person to foresee that the oil reserves of Kuwait were perishable. He noted that once the oil runs out, the country will be left in bad situation economically. This is why Sheikh Jaber was the first to set up a fund in order to ensure the continuance of Kuwait’s economy in case of exhaustion of country’s oil reserves (AME Info, 1). This shows the foresight of Sheikh Jaber and his political wisdom. The fund is still in place and continues to grow.
Sheikh Jaber was forced to steer the nation from abroad when Iraq invaded Kuwait in 1990. Sheikh Jaber knew the importance of leadership and therefore left for Saudi Arab in order to secure the government of Kuwait (BBC, 1). Iraq had a strong military and Kuwaiti military was of no match to its enemy. This is why the ruler of Kuwait decided to take help from Saudi Arab and other western allies to protect his country from foreign oppression. Staying abroad, Sheikh Jaber was able to contact the international community in order to make a case against Iraqi invasion.
Kuwait’s 13th ruler was still in close communication with the residents of Kuwait even after he left the country with his administration in 1990 (AME Info, 1). He was also able to build up a résistance force in Kuwait in order to fight the Iraqi invasion. This clearly shows that he was very well connected with the
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The project talks about the idea of going international or to remain in the home ground and act globally. The project talks about fast food chain of restaurant, Al Baik which is situated in Saudi Arabia. It has been one of the most popular fast food centers serving the localities as well as the people visiting the city.
Name: Instructor’s Name: Course: Date of Submission: Al-Ghazali Abu Hamid al-Ghazali, famously known as Algazel in the western world lived from 1058 to 1111. He was a Persian, Muslim theologian, philosopher, mystic and a jurist. Al-Ghazali contributed significantly to the development of Sufism and its acceptance in the mainstream Islam.
The report focuses on UAE tourism and offers an analysis of the tourism market of the area. Strength, weakness, opportunity and threats in terms of the location are analysed and proper strategy has been made for the launch of the business. The report discusses in detail about the assessment of the location and the stakeholders associated with the project.
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But, before confirming such assumption and to see if it could be a new hub for the US's financial industry, it is better to delve into all of the aspects around it to see if Kuwait's potentials could be a reality. Specifically, we would analyze if the economic state and political conditions of Kuwait bred well to become an interestingly good investment environment for US financial services, not discounting other factors like Kuwait's history, development progress, policies, and social-cultural ways along with its international position.