UAE fights to withstand the downturn

Taylor, Julian
April 1999
Middle East;Apr99, Issue 289, p23
Questions the viability of the oil and gas development plans of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) despite the weak projections on oil prices. Economic repercussions of the severe oil oversupply problems of Gulf countries; Need to diversify the economies of Gulf Arab states; Business confidence in the UAE; Focus of the UAE on gas refining and petrochemicals; Investment capacity of the UAE.


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