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Thoughts and Insights on the yellow slice of the pie
Posts in slideshow: 
5 Latin American Economies to Watch in 2017
Great Expectations: CEOs in Indonesia Looking Forward to Improved Business Conditions
ASEAN’s Top 6 Economies to Watch in 2017
The Business Challenges and Expectations of Egypt's CEOs in 2017
Mid-year Review of CEOs growth expectations in Morocco
What Has 2017 Meant for Africa's Economies?
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Oliver Cornock
23 July 2017
OBG Business Barometer

World-class infrastructure and tourism offerings, significant financial reserves and a reputation as a safe haven have all contributed to a feeling that despite the various headwinds buffeting the UAE, it is well placed to drive on with reforms intended to ensure long-term, sustainable prosperity. Each emirate has therefore been able to take its own path: from the industrial base of Sharjah, the hydrocarbons and heavy industry sectors of Abu Dhabi and the services megalopolis of Dubai, the UAE as a whole is one of the most diversified in the region.

Oliver Cornock
23 July 2017
OBG Business Barometer

World-class infrastructure and tourism offerings, significant financial reserves and a reputation as a safe haven have all contributed to a feeling that despite the various headwinds buffeting the UAE, it is well placed to drive on with reforms intended to ensure long-term, sustainable prosperity.

Paulius Kuncinas
13 July 2017
OBG Business Barometer

Papua New Guinea’s economy appears to be accelerating once more following a period of slow expansion. The improving performance of the economy, which relies heavily on mineral and agricultural exports, is reflected in the positive business sentiment of C-suite executives polled in Oxford Business Group’s inaugural OBG Business Barometer: PNG CEO Survey.