EIU report

The Gulf Co-operation Council’s expanding African footprint

The Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) member states—especially Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Qatar—are already major investors in Africa and appear intent on increasing their exposure to the region.

EIU’s latest report examines the industries that GCC investors are watching closely in Africa. Understand the economic and political motives driving investments and the implications of deepening ties between the GCC and African countries.

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Themes covered in this report:

iconThe economic trends shaping bilateral trade between the GCC and Africa
Which logistics routes the GCC states aim to secure access to
Icon of a factory with smoke billowing from the chimney enclosed in a circleHow the GCC states plan to target African resources
Icon with a dollar sign next to arrows pointing upward, enclosed in a circleThe benefits that GCC investments will bring to Africa

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