GCC Economies: Oil Dependence to Economic Diversification


  • Research Code : 4675-00-05-00-00
  • SKU : EG00296-SA-DE_02872
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  • Release Date : 23-Nov-2011
  • Region : South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
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The Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) economies have been heavily dependent on the hydrocarbon sector, which accounts for a large part of their export earnings and government revenue. However, the GCC nations are striving to diversify and reduce the risks that stem from their economic dependence on the oil and gas sectors, which, although lucrative, are vulnerable to price swings. By 2020, the GCC economies are expected to transform into more diversified economies with value additions to the non-hydrocarbon sector. Policy makers are aiming to convert their current tangible oil wealth into intangible human capital. This is expected to mitigate volatility and lead to the development of high value-added diversified sectors.

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