Prepare for business in 2023 with MEED's Yearbook

30 December 2022
Read about the latest developments in every sector and their implications for the Mena region in MEED’s flagship Yearbook publication


Last year proved a whirlwind for the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region as the Ukraine conflict propelled oil prices higher and economies played catch-up after the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.

This year looks to be somewhat different, with a comedown in store after the explosive GDP growth and record fiscal surpluses enjoyed by hydrocarbon exporters in 2022.

However, there are exciting trends in the power and water sector as the region proceeds to make a clear shift towards clean energy. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia's projects pipeline is expected to create contracting work for at least a decade.

Now in its 14th 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 31 December 2022 and distributed to senior decision-makers in the region and around the world, the MEED Yearbook 2023 includes:

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