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The Report: Qatar 2024

While known primarily for its vast gas reserves prior to 2010, Qatar’s global profile received a major boost that year when it was chosen to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, leading to a significant increase in infrastructure development throughout the country. Qatar is now leveraging its natural resources to become a knowledge-based, diversified economy, and it is looking to attract greater foreign direct investment to further develop its non-oil growth engines, such as tourism, sports, financial services, technology, real estate and logistics.

The Report: Ghana 2024

With robust economic fundamentals and significant export potential, Ghana is set to play a greater role in the economy of West Africa, as well as on the continent. The country expects to benefit from its young population, stable political environment and membership in the Africa Continental Free Trade Area, providing a point of entry for foreign and domestic investors to the country’s various economic sectors.

The Report: Sharjah 2023

Sharjah has emerged as a diverse economic powerhouse, with nearly 96% of its economic output driven by non-oil sectors. As host to six free zones and featuring a population of 1.8m, the emirate is prioritising economic diversification and cultural richness. Robust growth is seen across sectors like manufacturing, construction and real estate, supported by initiatives like Sharjah Sustainable City. Sharjah's commitment to sustainability is evident in its energy transition efforts, aiming for 32% clean energy by 2030. Boasting advanced education and health care sectors, Sharjah is also positioning itself as a global centre for culture and tourism, with significant infrastructure expansion underway.

The Report: Kuwait 2024

Kuwait, with one of the region’s most dynamic political systems and the world’s six-largest crude oil reserves, has seen significant GDP growth in recent years. As part of its efforts to diversify away from a reliance on hydrocarbons, New Kuwait 2035, a long-term economic development framework, aims to transition the country from resource-based industries to knowledge-based ones.

The Report: Abu Dhabi 2023

Abu Dhabi stands at the forefront of the MENA region’s economic growth, boasting a 9.3% growth rate in 2022. Looking ahead, the emirate’s ambitious roadmap, the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030, charts a course for economic transformation.

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