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This week on Marketplace Middle East

Mazen Darwazah, CEO MENA of the Hikma pharmaceutical group, discusses the need to speed up reforms.
Mazen Darwazah, CEO MENA of the Hikma pharmaceutical group, discusses the need to speed up reforms.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • MME looks at the region's struggling tourism sector in wake of the revolutions
  • Egyptian and Tunisian governments hit global road shows in attempt to bring back tourists
  • Pharmaceutical CEO on the need to speed up reforms

(CNN) -- IN FOCUS: Post-revolution tourism

As the dust of revolution starts to settle in Egypt and Tunisia, its interim governments are on global road shows in an attempt to bring back tourists.

This week MME takes a look at how the wounded sector is trying to rebuild and reshape in a post revolution era.

FACETIME: Mazen Darwazah, CEO MENA, Hikma

Hikma is the region's largest pharmaceutical group with revenues of three-quarters of a billion dollars last year. Since the uprisings, a fifth of its turnover has been affected with the continued unrest.

The Jordan based company has plants in Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. Chief Executive of the MENA region, Mazen Darwazah, discusses the need to speed up reforms, the role of the private sector and his biggest concerns going forward.

Watch the show this week at the times (GMT) below:

Friday: 0915, 1745
Saturday: 0445
Sunday: 0615,1745
Monday: 0145

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