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Arab Countries


Saudi Arabia

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one of the most dynamic economies in the Middle East and of vital importance for world trade. The oil, gas and mineral resources have caused that a big part of the population works at the oil industry. Most of the consumer goods are imported, making Saudi Arabia a to...

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Thanks to its strategic location, Algeria is one of the strongest economies in the North of Africa and one the most important energy producers, since it is rich in natural gas resources. Algeria has many possibilities of promotion its economic growth. Development has become the main goal of its go...

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The kingdom of Bahrain has a population of 1,281,332 habitants, and an annual growth rate of 3%. Bahrain’s population is a highly educated one with an annual income of 40,300 dollars. It represents the most open economy in the region and heavily depends on the oil industry. Surpluses in the last...

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The Republic of Djibouti has a population of 810.179 people, growing at 2.23% per year and where the 67.9% of the population over age 15 is literate, 77.1% of the population lives in urban areas. The average age of the population is 22.8 years and the life expectancy is 62.4 years, which results i...

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Egypt’s population distributes its expenditure in the following way: food 54%, education, health, housing, transport, clothing and furniture 36%; culture and leisure 10%. Cairo and Alexandria are the main economic hubs and concentrate a large part of the country’s activity. The role played by ...

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The United Arab Emirates is characterized by its open economy and for having one of the greatest incomes per capita in the world. The economic stability is based on oil production and natural gas, which accounts for 40% of the National Income. In 1973, the country’s economy was small and depende...

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Economic development in Irak has focused on exploring and producing oil. According to the International Monetary Fund, the country has de the second largest reserve on the world. Oil exports reached a total amount of 2.1 million barrels each month in 2013. Investments in oil and infrastructure hav...

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The Comoros, officially the Union of the Comoros, is a country made up of three islands in southeastern Africa. It has a population of 766,865 people, growing at 1.87% per year, and 75.5% of the population over age 15 are literate and 28% of the population lives in urban areas. The average age of ...

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Jordan offers a market of more than 6 million habitants, who have an annual income of 6,100 dollars. It offers a big number of economic and trade opportunities in a great number of sectors, like pharmaceutical products, telecommunications, information technologies, environment, security equipment,...

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Kuwait has a population of 2.595 million habitants, which grows “% each year. Most of the workforce is foreign. Kuwait’s population can be defined as a young, high educated and professional one. Economy is highly dependent on oil and industry is oriented to the transformation of this resource...

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Lebanon has a population of 4.143 million habitants, with 87% of them living in the urban area. Lebanon offers excellent opportunities for trade and investment; the economy is based in free markets with a sophisticated banking system, a developed legal system, high-qualified workforce and exceptio...

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Libya is located in the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. It has a population of 6,324,357, which is concentrated on the coast and urban areas. The demographic growth rate is 2%, and population is conformed mostly by young people. There are many opportunities in different sectors, and its economic g...

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The kingdom of Morocco has a dynamic economy, where mining is a vital activity, contributing with 30% of the national income and employing more than 116,600 persons. This sector has undergone important reforms in order to free the activity and privatizing certain companies. Also, Morocco has 75% o...

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It has a population of 3.7 million habitants. Its GDP has doubled in the last decade, thanks to improvements in key sectors such as mining, fuels and fishing. Main exports: iron, fish, gold, copper, oil Main imports: Machinery, oil by products, capital goods, food ...

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Oman is a medium income country that depends on the incomes of the oil industry. The country gas oil reserves that reach 4 billion barrels, this means it has left supplies for the next 20 years. Its governments is stimulating private investment in order to promote economic developments, especially...

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The economy is under developed and depends heavily on international aid. There is no properly establish industry and foreign trade is very scarce. ...

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Qatar’s market maybe small in size but it has an enormous value thanks to the acquisitive power of the population. Life quality is high and its infrastructure is quickly developing. Most of the habitants live in the capital city, Doha. The country’s economy is strong thanks to the oil and gas ...

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Syria has a population of 21.76 million habitants; most of them is alphabetized and has a per capita income of 4,700 dollars. The government is keen on fostering the participation of the private sector; so major privatizations have taken place. Most of the economic activity is centered on the exp...

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Federal Republic of Somalia or Somalia, is a country located in the Horn of Africa, at east of the African continent. It has a population of 10,428,043 people, growing at 1.75% per year, and only 37.8% of the population over age 15 are literate and 37.7% of the population lives in urban areas. The...

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Sudan has a population of more than 40 million habitants: the country is undergoing a period of modernization, with a growing middle class and a better acquisitive power. The main center of economic activity is de city of Jartum, which receives investment from public and private entities. Main ex...

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Tunisia, with more than 10 million habitants, represents a small but potential market, thanks to its location, history and open for doing business. Tourism and off shore companies have become the promoters of developments. This has helped the consolidation of the middle class. As a result of a bet...

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Yemen has a population of 2.4 million habitants, which has grown1.5% annually. It’s a young population with an income per capita of approximately $2,300 dollars. Yemen represents a developing market, which depends in certain way of the oil sector. Main exports: crude oil, natural gas, and dry f...

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