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impact of oil revenues on Arabic Gulg development

M.S. El Azhary

impact of oil revenues on Arabic Gulg development

by M.S. El Azhary

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Published by Croom Helm in London .
Written in English


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Statementedited by M.S. El Azhary.
The Physical Object
Pagination224p.
Number of Pages224
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15149400M
ISBN 100709902263

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. UAE has the second-largest economy in the Arab world (after Saudi Arabia), with a gross domestic product (GDP) of USD billion (AED trillion) in A third of the GDP is from oil revenues. The economy was expected to grow 4–% in , compared to –% over the previous five years.

Rich gulf countries are being warned that the future is bleak unless they diversify and become less reliant on oil. 01 Nov GMT Politics, . The impact of oil revenues on the Iranian economy and the Gulf states by Arab oil embargo (/74) and the disruptions in the wake of the Iranian revolution () of the development. Real oil revenues increased in Iran due to higher production over the ‐71 period. The.

Kuwait’s economic freedom score is , making its economy the 79th freest in the Index. Its overall score has increased by points, primarily because of a . The price crash together with the high spending have been draining the government budget. Oil accounts for more than 80% of government revenues and with low oil prices, fiscal deficits are expected to surpass $ billion in and $97 billion in


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@article{osti_, title = {The impact of oil revenues on Arab Gulf development}, author = {El Azhary, M.S.}, abstractNote = {This book presents papers on Middle East oil policy. Topics considered include oil production policies in the Gulf States, oil planning, the philosophy of state development planning, prospects for Gulf economic coordination, the philosophy of.

@article{osti_, title = {The impact of oil revenues on Arab Gulf development}, author = {El Azhary, M.S.}, abstractNote = {As the price of oil falls the pressures on the Arab Gulf States to speed up the diversification of their economies into non-oil sectors increases.

This book examines this problem and other issues connected with the impact of oil revenues on development in the Gulf. Get this from a library. The Impact of oil revenues on Arab Gulf development. [M S El Azhary; University of Exeter.

Centre for Arab Gulf Studies.; Petroleum Information Committee of the Arab Gulf. This book examines this problem and other issues connected with the impact of oil revenues on development in the Gulf States.

It considers changing oil production policies and developments in other sectors of the economy including agriculture, industry and banking.

It explores population problems, moves toward Gulf economic co-ordination and. The Impact of Oil Revenues on Arab Gulf Development (London: Croom Helm, ). Article in International Journal Middle East Studies 19(04). SinceArab oil revenues have declined by about %. This has had an enormous impact on the Arab economies as well as on economic and political relations between the Arab world, the industrialised world and the Third world.

This book reviews how lower oil revenues have affected Arab countries and the international economy. Though reserves stand at comfortable levels to cushion the impact of low oil prices, the UAE government is keen to raise non-oil revenues by implementing a VAT at the latest byin conjunction with other members of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

It is also considering the introduction of a corporate tax. effects on the real oil prices in response to geopolitical events for instance7.

The Impact of Oil Shocks on Economic Growth in the MENA region. Oil endowment facilitated unprecedented economic and social development in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf region. Since the s oil income has enabled economic. As oil continues to be a major contributor to economic performance in the GCC, economic diversification is vital for the Gulf countries to ensure continued healthy growth.

This has been showcased in Saudi Arabia and the UAE, which are driving sustained GDP growth through significant government investment in non-oil sectors. In the UAE, the food and beverage.

For an idea of which economies rely most heavily on oil, this chart using World Bank data shows oil revenue as a share of GDP. Saudi Arabia comes third, after Kuwait and Libya, with roughly 45% GDP depending on oil.

Gulf Business is the regions first and leading business magazine. Region-wide, it has remained the preferred magazine for decision-makers, corporate leaders and high-ranking business and.

Oil rents (% of GDP) Estimates based on sources and methods described in "The Changing Wealth of Nations: Measuring Sustainable Development in the New Millennium" (World Bank, ). License: CC BY   President Donald Trump is cock-a-hoop over the United Arab Emirates becoming the first Arab Gulf state to normalise its relations with Israel.

and the oil revenues of the Arab producers. Economy overview. Oil and natural gas play a dominant role in Bahrain’s economy.

Despite efforts to diversify the economy, according to the CIA World Fact Book: oil still comprises 85% of Bahraini budget revenues, meaning throughout the last few years lower world energy prices have generated sizeable budget deficits - about 10% of GDP in alone.

This chapter explores some of the effects of oil on development in greater depth, and examines the extent and nature of recent developments in the Gulf states. It focuses on the phenomenal rise of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) economies, which now produce nearly two-thirds of the Arab region's Gross Domestic Product.

Government revenues tell a similar story (Figure 3). Generally speaking, oil's share of government revenue in the oil exporters of the Gulf is on the order of percent. In Kuwait it's about 80 percent.

In Algeria and Yemen it's also a very high proportion of government revenue. THE IMPACT OF OIL ON POLITICAL AND SOCIOECONOMIC CHANGE IN may be found in my Arab States of the Lower Gulf: People, Politics, Petroleum (Washington, D.C.: The Middle East Institute, ). discovery of oil, but the existence of oil revenues has helped considerably to accelerate this development.

Arab countries hold more proven oil reserves than any other region ( billion barrels), comprising more than 43 percent of the world’s total proven reserves. With an average output of million barrels per day inthe Arab world produces nearly a third of world oil. The International Monetary Fund cut economic growth forecasts for the Arab Gulf states to per cent this year as the region continued to feel the effects of low oil.

The outlook for most of the rich Gulf Arab economies has dimmed for this year and next as oil prices have remained relatively low, according to a Reuters poll published on Wednesday that showed economists cutting their forecasts.

Heavy state spending and strong private consumption are cushioning the impact of a plunge in oil export revenues. The double shock of the pandemic and dropping oil prices is also expected to hit hard in Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon, which rely on a large diaspora and workers in oil-rich Arab Gulf countries who send foreign currency home.

In Lebanon, remittances once made up % of GDP; in Egypt, they account for 10% of GDP.As oil prices rose to new highs, most states in the Middle East benefited from heightened revenues. Oil-producing states (especially large producers such as Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, and Qatar) benefited directly in .Migrant Workers in the Arab Gulf: The Impact of Declining Oil Revenues J.S.

Birks, I.J. Seccombe, and C.A. Sinclair International Migration Review 4,