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    Economic News Updates

    For each market we cover, OBG produces regular economic research available on our website, by email subscription and via RSS feed. Free to access, our Economic Updates are targeted at those looking for regular comment on key sector developments.

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Economic Update | Kuwaiti telcos invest in next-generation mobile broadband

30 Sep 2015
Kuwait telecoms

Mobile operators in Kuwait are expanding domestic 4G LTE mobile broadband services in a bid to shore up profits and subscriber numbers, against a backdrop of falling international revenues.  

Economic Update | Kuwait’s banks maintain strong momentum

31 Aug 2015
Kuwait bank

With growth in the Kuwaiti banking sector hitting double-digit figures in 2014 − reaching its highest rate in the last seven years – momentum is set to continue this year, despite uncertainty surrounding the broader economy. 

Economic Update | Kuwait pushes ahead with infrastructure build out

21 Jul 2015
Kuwait construction

With the state planning to develop new rail links and upgrade its roads, seaports and airports, construction is set to surge in Kuwait over the coming years. 

Economic Update | Changes in investment law draw tech giant to Kuwait

15 Jun 2015
Kuwait ICT

Key changes to the legislation governing Kuwait’s foreign investment policy are already yielding significant results across the country’s ICT sector, led by the market entrance of an industry giant.

Economic Update | New oil finds in Kuwait underscore expansion plans

29 May 2015
Kuwait energy

The discovery of four new oil fields has drawn fresh attention to Kuwait’s long list of expansion projects, as the country aims to raise output by nearly one-third by 2020.

Economic Update | Kuwait homes in on property market

29 Apr 2015
kuwait resi

Last year saw a record high in real estate sales, which surged 18.5% year-on-year (y-o-y) to KD4.3bn ($14.3bn). Sales in the investment segment rose 30% to a value of KD1.8bn ($6.0bn), while residential sales increased 5% to KD1.9bn ($6.3bn).