MENASA

AcronymDefinition
MENASAMiddle East North Africa South Asia
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Dubai has been selected to be a regional hub for city data for the MENASA region at the United Nations headquarters in New York City.
In July 2016, Careem announced a partnership with NEXT Future Transportation to bring driverless transportation solutions to the MENASA region.
Most of the members of the Auvest management team have previously worked at Abraaj and Auvest represents the first spin-off from one of the most established regional private equity firms, symbolising the evolution of the MENASA private equity industry.
Body Politics' is a striking practice across the MENASA region but not exclusive to it," she notes.
Importantly, this would be the first Expo to be held in the wider MENASA region.
The Black Eyed Peas' front man and Timbaland, the master-mind producer of Justin Timberlake's 'The 20-20 Experience', will perform on September 26 as part of a series of events to provide a focus for the global music industry in the MENASA region, a statement said.
ACCA's Regional Director for MENASA Stuart Dunlop underlined the work the body was doing and said that ACCA professionals were expected to adhere to the highest standards, including blowing the whistle on unethical practice in the organization for which they worked -- even if that action might negatively impact on their future prospects.
A World Expo in Dubai in 2020 would be the first to be held in the MENASA (Middle East, North Africa and South Asia) region.
ICC is a hub for manufacturers wishing to establish themselves not only in the UAE markets but also internationally and particularly in the rapidly developing MENASA region (Middle East, North Africa and South Asia).
Speaking at the event, Frederic Sicre, Executive Director of Abraaj Capital commented: "Heading into its third year, the Abraaj Capital Art Prize is proving itself as the benchmark for artistic excellence in the MENASA.
In the MENASA region, the enormous accumulation of sovereign and private wealth, a young and fast-growing population that makes up 25% of the world's total, and market liberalisation and regulatory reforms of a region with some US$4.
They are valid questions that were raised in my mind when I attended the Dubai International Financial Centre's MENASA Forum in late May.