UAE: Financial report

Siddiqi, Moin A.
April 1999
Middle East;Apr99, Issue 289, p27
Focuses on the performance of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) economy in the 1990s. Macroeconomic fundamentals of the UAE; Oil reserves volume of the UAE; Decline in construction and trade activities in 1998 leading to growth-stagnation; Advice of the International Monetary Fund to stabilize the UAE economy; Deterioration of the balance of payments in 1998; Capital market developments; Strength of the banking sector of the UAE.


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