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Thoughts and Insights on the Yellow slice of the pie
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Peruvian CEOs Optimistic about Economic Prospects, in Spite of Ongoing Corruption Concerns
How do Egypt’s CEOs view the currency flotation one year in?
US vs China: War for the Economic Future
Peru towards sustainable development
Latin America: On The Precipice of Progress
Exerting Resilience: Peru Rebounds from Challenges to Post Positive Growth
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OBG Business Barometer

Higher and more stable oil prices have undoubtedly buoyed Gulf countries in 2018. While this is, in some senses, good news for the region, where oil plays such a crucial role in terms of income, it also raises important questions about the need for – and the pace of – reform. In speaking with close to 900 of the region’s executives in face-to-face interviews, the latest OBG Business Barometer: Gulf CEO Survey illuminates how the rollercoaster of the past year has impacted near-term business plans in the private sector, and how executives are factoring uncertainty into their development strategies.