April 2007
MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;4/20/2007 Supplement, Vol. 51, p20
Trade Publication
The author analyzes the possible economic condition of the Middle East in the year 2030. He projects the region will produce 30 million barrels of oil a day in that year. The oil and gas sector, modernisation and the service industry boom are some of the factors the author predicts will contribute to the region's development. The article includes a chronology of events regarding the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) beginning with its creation in May 1981.


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