Economic Trends Shaping Qatar and Saudi Arabia

Economic Trends Shaping Qatar and Saudi Arabia

An Evaluation of Growth Opportunities Amidst Risks of Falling Oil Prices

RELEASE DATE
09-May-2016
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Research Code: 9A08-00-16-00-00
SKU: CI0201-GL-MR_18436

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Scope of the report

Report scope: Economic, Fiscal, and Industry Analysis

Geographic scope: Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), Qatar, Saudi Arabia


What makes our report unique?

This report includes an impact analysis of plunging oil prices on GCC, Saudi Arabia and Qatar in particular, with coverage on fiscal readjustment strategies and economic diversification policies.

The report also highlights non-hydrocarbon related growth opportunities across sectors such as construction, insurance, and airports that investors could look to pursue amidst oil price disruptions.


Key Questions Answered

·     How are Qatar and Saudi Arabia fiscally re-strategizing, and what are the implications of the same?
·     What is the progress on economic diversification away from oil and gas, and what are the government policies for the same?
·     What are some of the non-hydrocarbon related growth opportunities?

Table of Contents

Impact of Falling Oil Prices on GCC

Growth Outlook

Fiscal Outlook

Country Snapshot

Government Revenue and Expenditure

Progress in Economic Diversification

Policies for Greater Economic Diversification

Infrastructure Boom

Growing Insurance Industry

Natural Gas Industry Outlook

Country Snapshot

Budget Analysis

Progress on Economic Diversification

Policies for Greater Economic Diversification

Privatization of Airports

Industrial Clusters Program

Oil Industry Outlook

List of Figures
  • 1. Real GDP Growth, Qatar, 2011–2014
  • 2. Real GDP Growth, Saudi Arabia, 2011-2014
List of Charts
  • 1. Share of Oil Export Revenues in Total Export Revenues and Share of Oil Revenues in Central Government Revenues, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, 2013
  • 2. Brent Crude Oil Prices, Global, 2012–2017
  • 3. Real GDP Growth, Select Regions and Country Groups, 2012–2020
  • 4. GDP, GCC Countries, 2012–2020
  • 5. General Government Fiscal Balance as a Share of GDP, GCC Countries, Average 2000–2011 and 2014
  • 6. Real GDP Growth, Qatar, 2012–2020
  • 7. Breakup of Government Revenue, Qatar, 2004–2005 and 2013–2014
  • 8. Percentage Share of Economic Activity in Real GDP, Qatar, 2004 and 2014
  • 9. Gross Written Premium of the 5 National Insurance Companies, Qatar, 2010–2014
  • 10. Natural Gas Production, Consumption, and Exports, Qatar, 2012–2017
  • 11. Real GDP Growth, Saudi Arabia, 2012–2020
  • 12. Budget Revenue, Expenditure, and Deficit, Saudi Arabia, 2015 and 2016
  • 13. Percentage Share of Sectors in Real GDP, Saudi Arabia, 2004 and 2013
  • 14. Oil Production, Saudi Arabia, 2012-2017
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Scope of the report Report scope: Economic, Fiscal, and Industry Analysis Geographic scope: Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), Qatar, Saudi Arabia What makes our report unique? This report includes an impact analysis of plunging oil prices on GCC, Saudi Arabia and Qatar in particular, with coverage on fiscal readjustment strategies and economic diversification policies. The report also highlights non-hydrocarbon related growth opportunities across sectors such as construction, insurance, and airports that investors could look to pursue amidst oil price disruptions. Key Questions Answered · How are Qatar and Saudi Arabia fiscally re-strategizing, and what are the implications of the same? · What is the progress on economic diversification away from oil and gas, and what are the government policies for the same? · What are some of the non-hydrocarbon related growth opportunities?
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Table of Contents | Executive Summary~ | GCC—A Macroeconomic Outlook~ || Impact of Falling Oil Prices on GCC~ || Growth Outlook~ || Fiscal Outlook~ | Qatar in Focus~ || Country Snapshot~ || Government Revenue and Expenditure~ || Progress in Economic Diversification~ || Policies for Greater Economic Diversification~ || Infrastructure Boom~ || Growing Insurance Industry~ || Natural Gas Industry Outlook~ | Saudi Arabia in Focus~ || Country Snapshot~ || Budget Analysis~ || Progress on Economic Diversification~ || Policies for Greater Economic Diversification~ || Privatization of Airports~ || Industrial Clusters Program~ || Oil Industry Outlook~ | Key Predictions~
List of Charts and Figures 1. Real GDP Growth, Qatar, 2011–2014~ 2. Real GDP Growth, Saudi Arabia, 2011-2014~| 1. Share of Oil Export Revenues in Total Export Revenues and Share of Oil Revenues in Central Government Revenues, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, 2013~ 2. Brent Crude Oil Prices, Global, 2012–2017~ 3. Real GDP Growth, Select Regions and Country Groups, 2012–2020~ 4. GDP, GCC Countries, 2012–2020~ 5. General Government Fiscal Balance as a Share of GDP, GCC Countries, Average 2000–2011 and 2014~ 6. Real GDP Growth, Qatar, 2012–2020~ 7. Breakup of Government Revenue, Qatar, 2004–2005 and 2013–2014~ 8. Percentage Share of Economic Activity in Real GDP, Qatar, 2004 and 2014~ 9. Gross Written Premium of the 5 National Insurance Companies, Qatar, 2010–2014~ 10. Natural Gas Production, Consumption, and Exports, Qatar, 2012–2017~ 11. Real GDP Growth, Saudi Arabia, 2012–2020~ 12. Budget Revenue, Expenditure, and Deficit, Saudi Arabia, 2015 and 2016~ 13. Percentage Share of Sectors in Real GDP, Saudi Arabia, 2004 and 2013~ 14. Oil Production, Saudi Arabia, 2012-2017~
Indicators Selected Economic Indicators, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, 2010-2020~ 1. Gross Domestic Product (GDP)~ 2. GDP Growth (at constant prices)~ 3. Final Consumption Expenditure~ 4. Private Consumption Expenditure ~ 5. Government Consumption Expenditure~ 6. Gross Fixed Capital Formation~ 7. Exports of Goods and Services~ 8. Imports of Goods and Services~ 9. Value added by agriculture, forestry & fishing~ 10. Value added by mining & quarrying~ 11. Value added by manufacturing~ 12. Value added by construction ~ 13. Value added by electricity, gas, water supply & other utility services~ 14. Wholesale & Retail Trade, Restaurants & hotels~ 15. Transport, Storage & Communication~ 16. Finance, Insurance, Real Estate ~ 17. Community, Social & Personal Services~ 18. Total Value Added~ 19. Agriculture, value added ~ 20. Industry, value added~ 21. Service, value added~ 22. Government Debt (% of GDP)~ 23. Inflation, average consumer prices~ 24. Foreign Direct Investment inflow~ 25. Exchange Rate~ 26. Population~ 27. Urbanization Rate~ 28. Oil Production~
Author Neha Anna Thomas
Industries Cross Industries
WIP Number 9A08-00-16-00-00
Keyword 1 economic trends in qatar
Keyword 2 economic trends in sausi arabia
Keyword 3 economic of qatar
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