(CNN) -- Facetime with Ibrahim Dabdoub
Ibrahim Dabdoub of the National Bank of Kuwait on how his company is handling the economic slowdown and what the region should be doing.
Ibrahim Dabdoub has been at the helm of the National Bank of Kuwait for over a quarter of a century. In that time he has led the company through a number of crises which have included the devastating Manakh crisis and operating from London during the first Gulf War.
As the economic slowdown begins to impact the region, Dabdoub talks to MME about how his company is handling the financial crisis and what the region should be doing.
In focus -- Cashing in on Caviar
As Russian caviar from the Caspian Sea becomes scarcer and more expensive -- up steps Israel. Kibbutz Dan in Northern Israel is rearing 40,000 sturgeons, each of which produce on average $3,000 worth of caviar.
Despite not being Kosher the delicacy is becoming a big business. MME went to visit the production line in northern Israel.
Watch the show this week at the times (GMT) below:
Friday: 0915, 1945