(CNN) -- IN FOCUS: Regional ripple effect
The troubles in Tunisia are sending shockwaves across North Africa. In Egypt, the stock market has fallen dramatically as investors grow jittery about the country's political stability.
Algeria saw protests over rising food costs and Libya is also trying to keep the cost of food down to head off public discontent. At the Arab Economic Summit, ministers and business leaders discussed the fallout from Tunisia.
MME spoke to Egypt's Minister for Trade and Industry, Rachid Mohammed Rachid and asked him about a possible ripple effect.
FACETIME: Hussein al-Shahristani, Iraqi Oil Minister
Iraq is one country that is using the expertise of international oil companies to help boost energy exports and modernize its oil industry.
Several companies including energy giants like Shell, Exxon Mobil, Total and BP are already pumping oil in the country.
This week MME sat down with the country's Oil Minister, Hussein al-Shahristani, and discussed Iraq's plans to become a global energy leader.
Watch the show this week at the times (GMT) below:
Friday: 0915, 1745