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11 May 2016

'Fresh prince of Riyadh' tightens grip on Saudi economy

A recent governmental reshuffle in Saudi Arabia has seen Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MbS) consolidate his grip on the kingdom. His Vision 2030 plan to rid Saudi Arabia from its high dependence on oil is ambitious to say the least. In his drive to modernise the kingdom MbS is likely to make a lot of internal enemies, say Sijbren de Jong (HCSS) and Cyril Wddershoven (MEA Risks).

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9 May 2016

Aanleg Nord Stream 2 kan voor Duitsland harde dobber worden

Het wordt spannend rond Nord Stream 2, de pijpleiding die over een jaar of vijf jaarlijks 55 miljard kubieke meters gas van Rusland via de Oostzee naar Europa moet transporteren, net als de eerder gerealiseerde Nord Stream-gasleiding. Het probleem is dat twee onverzoenlijke kampen tegenover elkaar staan. Simpel gezegd stelt het ene kamp de pijpleiding voor als een puur economisch project.

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2 May 2016

Empty Gazpromises

Over the years, Gazprom has perfected a strategy whereby it whets the appetite of Europe’s political and business elite with potentially lucrative pipeline deals, even though the prospects of realising these projects are often unclear writes Sijbren de Jong in his column for EUobserver.

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28 April 2016

Towards a reinforced raw materials initiative

Friday, 22 April 2016 the conference 'Towards a reinforced raw materials initiative' took place at the Ministry of Economic Affairs in The Hague.

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20 April 2016

IS verliest terrein en raakt in geldnood

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30 March 2016

Gazprom not talking price with EU buyers

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25 March 2016

Celebrating 9 years of HCSS

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24 February 2016

Referendum Checker

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23 February 2016

Why Europe should fight Nord Stream II

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