Global Trade Analysis: The Role of the GCC in Long Term MENA Development (5 of 5)

The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) includes Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. The GCC was formally established on May 25, 1981. The council’s purpose is

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Global Trade Analysis: Food Independence in the MENA Region (4 of 5)

So far this series has covered the MENA region’s global import and export position, the dynamics between KSA and the UAE, and the region’s general dependence on fuel that drives

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Global Trade Analysis: Fuel Dependency in the MENA Region (3 of 5)

Fuel has been, is, and will continue to be the MENA region’s most dominant export category. MENA countries export nearly 40% of the world’s fuel supply, and fuel makes up

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Global Trade Analysis: UAE and KSA Imports and Exports (Part 2 of 5)

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are the two most dominant countries in the MENA region. These countries possess advantageous economic, cultural, financial, trade,

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Part 5: The Rise of Saudi Arabia – Framework for Success in the region

The KSA market is large and can generate significant rewards for companies that successful capture its value. There are three fundamentals to creating success in the KSA market: finding the

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Part 4: The Rise of Saudi Arabia [Manufacturing and Healthcare]

Manufacturing and healthcare are expected to account for 24% of GDP CAGR into 2030. This part of the series will provide analysis on these two industries and their expected changes

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Part 2: The Rise of Saudi Arabia [Travel, Tourism and Hospitality]

There are eight sectors that are expected to account for the majority of KSA’s economic growth into 2030. Travel, tourism, and hospitality is expected to account for 11% of total

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