The oil-rich country remains buoyant, but analysts express concern that unresolved partisan strife could dampen fiscal growth.
Already making waves as the next big thing in Africa, the country is expected to rival the most established destinations in the continent.
Record oil prices have cushioned the blow of sluggish demand, but analysts warn that headwinds might crimp the kingdom’s future growth.
Notably one of the world’s significant emerging economies, the African nation continues to face a catalogue of problems that could stifle growth.
An initiative to connect landlocked states may open up new gates of opportunity, but could also sideline ‘big brother’ Russia.
The IMF offers pieces of advice that could potentially save the region from instability and encourage political maturity and fiscal recovery.
Africa has made significant economic strides over the last decade, but can it hold on to its gains or suffer reversals as it had in the past?
The short-term economic forecast appears sunny, but the region is walking a tightrope as Europe and Russia remain volatile.
Kuwait, one of the first Mideast nations to adopt globalized policies, needs a fiscal overhaul, including the introduction of taxes, to remain in surplus.
News of a Dubai-based entity winning a USD3-billion deal to build Armenia’s rail and road project, has piqued investor interest in the country.