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26 Jun 2012  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Economic 360 for Saudi Arabia: Growth Prospects and Emerging Opportunities in the Healthcare Industry
Increased Private Participation to Drive the Growth of Saudi Arabia's Healthcare Industry
The Ministry of Health is responsible for the management of the healthcare delivery system, and oversees the provision of preventive, rehabilitative, and curative healthcare services in Saudi Arabia. The government is expected to encourage private-sector participation in the delivery of healthcare services between 2012 and 2015. Healthcare informa...
29 Dec 2011  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Transformation of the UAE's Manufacturing Industry: Hydrocarbon to Non-hydrocarbon led Growth
The manufacturing growth in the UAE has been led by the development of the cement, petrochemicals, electrical machinery and power, food processing, and pharmaceutical industries. The government has been encouraging investments through special zones like the Industrial City of Abu Dhabi (ICAD) and Dubai Industrial City (DIC). The manufacturing indus...
06 Jan 2012  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
The UAE's Energy Industry: Hydrocarbon Dominance to Gradually Make Way for Renewable Energy
The energy industry in the UAE is highly dependent on the hydrocarbon sector. Most of the electricity is generated using natural gas and the rest through other fossil fuels. The demand for oil and gas is envisaged to rise steadily driven by the increase in the demand for electricity during the forecast period. The government is likely to make inves...
16 Mar 2012  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
The UAE Emerging as a Hub for Healthcare Services in the Middle East
The UAE's healthcare industry is expected to witness strong growth, due to factors such as strong government support, rising population, and increasing incidence of non-communicable diseases. In addition, higher participation of private participants in the healthcare industry has resulted in improved healthcare infrastructure as well as insurance p...
10 Sep 1999  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
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21 Feb 2005  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Automation and software markets in India gives an overview of the market from 2001 to 2011, using 2004 as the base year. The research service provides an introduction to the Indian market with an overview of the competitive landscape, challenges, drivers and restraints, revenue forecasts, market and technology trends, end-user perceptions, key succ...
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25 Jun 2002  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
This report highlights the importance of country-specific factors on the healthcare industry in India from 1996 to 2006. Trends for the political climate, business policies, and macroeconomic indicators are analyzed, and their impact is assessed on the key parameters of the healthcare industry and its major segments to plot the progression index fo...
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18 Oct 2011  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
The expansion of LNG trains in 2011 by the major LNG producers in Qatar (Ras Gas and Qatar gas) has increased the production and export capacity of LNG. Increase in the world's demand for LNG and various long term contracts signed by the country to supply LNG are expected to drive the economic growth of Qatar in 2011 and beyond. Investments have be...
23 Nov 2011  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
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, ...
03 Sep 2012  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
The GCC economies are major crude oil and natural gas producers. Level of monetary convergence in the GCC quantified by low inflation levels, low interest variations, and stable exchange rate regime makes it suitable for the monetary union. While Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia are in agreement to form the GMU by 2013, Oman and the UAE are...