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UAE: Norway’s Lessons for Economic Development and Sustainability

While Singapore has traditionally been seen as a model for the United Arab Emirates, Norway, with its unique approach to economic management and environmental sustainability, is increasingly cited as an inspiration.

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Neom Is Becoming a Destination of Destinations

The longer-term desirability of Neom’s destinations depends largely on the fast-changing domestic environment within Saudi Arabia, yet a tough regional neighborhood will keep Saudi planners on their toes.

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Stronger Growth Expected in Saudi Arabia in 2024 Amid High Uncertainty

The Saudi economy is likely to grow by around 1.5% in 2024 with the non-oil sector expanding by 3% to 4%. However, uncertainties are high, centering around the oil market, conflict in Gaza, path of U.S. monetary policy, and effects of domestic reforms.

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Social Entrepreneurship Begins to Thrive in the UAE

Through government support, the UAE looks to spark its nongovernmental sector, encouraging the growth of a new social entrepreneurship ecosystem.

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Revolutionizing Health Care: Saudi Arabia's Digital Health Transformation

Saudi Arabia’s innovative strides in health care aim to ensure that the kingdom has the tools and infrastructure to meet rising health-care challenges.

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The UAE Leads the Way on Gulf-South America Ties

Gulf state economic diversification, led by the UAE, is driving a surge in relations with South America, reinforced by shared leadership outlooks, bilateral trade, and security considerations.

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Going Big: Assessing the Growth Ambitions of the Saudi Public Investment Fund

Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund is likely to become the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund by the end of the decade, but raising the resources to fund its ambitious domestic investment program may increase economic and financial risks.

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Saudi Regional Headquarters Program Deadline Looms

Beneath Saudi officials’ tough talk on the Regional Headquarters Program lies a strong desire for constructive engagement with top global firms and attracting greater inflows of foreign investment.

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Great Expectations: The India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor

The institutionalization of the Gulf-India partnership through the India-Middle East-Europe Economic Corridor has solidified India’s shift away from Iran and toward the Gulf states.

The Challenge With the Deter and Degrade Approach in Yemen

The Houthis see the attacks in the Red Sea as part of a broader political project that goes back decades.

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