In a year that starts with Dubai Expo 2020 in full swing and ends with the world’s biggest sporting event – the Fifa football World Cup 2022 – in Qatar, businesses in the region can look forward to a surge in activity as investment increases and travel returns.
The global recovery in 2021 has seen oil prices recover to 2018 levels and significantly eased the pressure on government finances. With oil prices expected to rise further in 2022, government budgets are returning to surplus, enabling more spending on projects.
But the outlook is not without a few clouds.
Now in its 13th year, MEED’s influential annual flagship Yearbook publication is firmly established as a prized and highly valuable resource that informs strategic planning and decision-making. To thrive in the Middle East, regardless of the sector or market, companies must be agile enough to adapt to suit new demands, meet the needs of clients and address emerging challenges as and when they arise … and to do all of this they must first and foremost be informed.
Published on 21 December 2021 and distributed to senior decision-makers in the region and around the world, the MEED Yearbook 2022 includes:
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