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The Report: Misrata 2024

Recognised as Libya’s commercial capital due to centuries of trade and commerce and its strategic location, Misrata serves as a vital gateway for imports and exports, facilitating trade connections between the city, other parts of Libya and countries situated along the Mediterranean Sea.

The Report: Saudi Arabia 2023

Saudi Arabia's dynamic economy is poised for growth, driven by its Vision 2030 diversification agenda. The Kingdom aims to transform its industries, stimulate innovation and solidify its global position. The country’s commitment to modernise its energy sector, targeting 650 GW of renewable energy by 2060, signals a promising future characterised by economic diversification and prosperity.

The Report: Bahrain 2023

Bahrain consolidated its recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic by achieving 2.2% GDP growth in 2021 before accelerating to 4.9% in 2022. To leverage the advantage of elevated oil prices, the country introduced an Economic Recovery Plan in late 2021 in an effort to stimulate sustainable and broad-based growth. This plan aims to improve public finances, catalyse investment in major infrastructure projects, and enhance economic competitiveness through the development of human capital and high-potential industries.

The Report: Djibouti 2023

With its strategic location at the crossroads of Africa, Asia and the Middle East, Djibouti’s stability and solid macroeconomic fundamentals make it an emerging market stand-out in 2023. Although the transport and logistics sector forms the backbone of the country’s economy, Djibouti is diversifying significantly to transform itself into a regional centre of trade and investment.

The Report: Nigeria 2023

Nigeria’s global strategic importance derives from its position as having both Africa’s largest population and economy, a reality undergirded by the entrepreneurial drive of its young population. Despite the lingering effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on the economy, aggressive intervention programmes by the Central Bank of Nigeria and support from international partners fuelled a recovery in 2021, with GDP growing 3.6% that year and 3.3% in 2022 after contracting 1.8% in 2020.

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