Following the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 and its subsequent economic impact, Côte d'Ivoire's has construction sector helped the economy recover. There has been growing demand for residential properties to house the expanding middle class amid rapid urbanisation. Furthermore, industrialisation has increased the need for larger industrial zones and commercial centres, as well as...
After achieving a region-leading economic recovery in the decade since political stability was established, future growth and industrialisation strategy will continue to be shaped by the National Development Plan 2021-25, which constitutes a holistic approach to achieving emerging market status and meaningful poverty reduction by 2030.
After weathering a series of global and regional challenges in recent years, Bahrain is emerging from the Covid-19 pandemic with strong growth, rising government revenue and a new plan for the future economy. As energy and tourism earnings recover, the kingdom aims to generate sustainable long-term growth opportunities through new sector strategies and transformational infrastructure projects.
Located at the geographic centre of the MENA region, Egypt has a well-documented history that has seen it accumulate knowledge and wealth over millennia. Egypt proved resilient during the Covid-19 pandemic: it was the only country in the MENA region to record positive GDP growth in 2020. Its economy has been widely driven by the execution of Egypt Vision 2030. This plan notably aims to increase annual GDP to 12% in 2030.
Interviews & Viewpoints | Sheikh Nasser bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, Managing Director, Qetaifan Projects: Interview from The Report: Qatar 2022
To what extent has the Covid-19 pandemic and the end of the blockade had a tangible impact on the sector’s long-term outlook?
Articles & Analysis | Qatar’s real estate sector supported by favourable regulations from The Report: Qatar 2022
A steady decline in sale and rent prices since 2016 was accelerated in 2020 with the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, which led to strong activity in property transactions. The lower prices – reflected in various indices – was not seen as cause for alarm in the sector, however, but a welcome market correction that is allowing Qatari properties to compete with other GCC markets...