Saudi Arabia is by far the biggest projects market in the Middle East with more than $1 trillion worth of projects either planned or underway in the kingdom.
Despite the fall in oil prices, Riyadh announced plans for record budget spending in 2016, steering huge capital investments into transport, power, water, housing, mining, oil, petrochemicals and manufacturing.
Saudi Arabia Strategies 2016: Adapting to a new economic reality, the latest premium intelligence report from MEED, helps you to understand key client drivers and needs in the kingdom, provides all the latest data and essential insight that will help you adapt your business to be able to compete successfully and win business in the regions biggest and most exciting market.
The report provides you with a complete and expert review of the Saudi Arabian business landscape and projects market, examining the changes in economic policy and assessing how businesses can adapt and plan for the future.
Saudi Arabia Strategies 2016 report will enable you to:
- Identify project opportunities in the regions largest projects market
- Access key data on current and future size of each sector
- Obtain proprietary client and contractor rankings
- Understand the drivers behind project development in the kingdom
- Understand how lower oil prices are affecting the regions biggest market
The Kingdom continues to be the biggest spender in the region across all areas of the economy, from major projects to consumer spending. Due to the size and diversity of the projects market in Saudi Arabia, the region offers opportunities that cannot be missed.
Packed with all the latest data, maps, charts, client and contractor details and MEEDs unrivalled blend of market-leading data and expert analysis, Saudi Arabia Strategies 2016: Adapting to a new economic reality provides you with a complete view on the outlook for the Saudi Arabian economy over the coming five years with a particular focus on the major projects spending.
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