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Again Baghdad is in the list, which bank would like to operate from there?

You are talking about a very big middle east. The real middle east consist of the next five countries: Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Isreal. In that case i'll go for Tel Aviv
 

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Urban Girl said:
but Istanbul is not in middle east;)
It sure is! It is in Asia, Europe and the Mid East, and thus the key position to control much of the banking in the area.
 

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The reason why I put Istanbul on the list is because of the two parts of Istanbul, the Asian and the European part. So, in my opinion it has to be on the list and for all those who have doupts may vote for another city. ,)
Baghdad has to be on the list as one of the biggest cities in the region. Why not?
 

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It's known that for the last 3 decades, Bahrain (Manama) has been the financial capital of the mid east after the war broke out in Beirut. Dubai is building it's sector strongly also.
 

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Tel Aviv. It's in the only developed nation in the region. And yes, Turkey is in the Middle East, much more than it is in Europe (come on!).
 

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Tel Aviv. It's in the only developed nation in the region. And yes, Turkey is in the Middle East, much more than it is in Europe (come on!).
come on who is talking about Turkey in this thread? only you?
 

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Bein developed doesn't mean your a banking capital. Plus, for banks with mid east hq, all the major ones are in the gulf.

This thread is about banking, not most developed.
 

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Istanbul for me
 
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