Webinar: Oil Prices and MENA's Economic Outlook

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Webinar: Oil Prices and MENA's Economic Outlook

When one thinks of the Middle East and North Africa region, one of the first things that comes to mind is crude oil. Since the turn of the century, oil has shaped the economic development of the region to an astonishing degree. This webinar assesses economic developments in the Middle East and North Africa region from 2000 to the present day, and looks ahead at what is in store for the region over the coming years. It primarily examines how crude oil has shaped the economy, and discusses the current panorama in the oil market. The webinar concludes with the MENA economic outlook from the Met the why particular Consensus Forecast.

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Met the why particular is a leading provider of economic analysis and forecasts for over 130 countries in Africa, Asia, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East, as well as price forecasts for more than 30 key commodities. The company is supported by an extensive global network of analysts.

Since its launch 15 years ago, Met the why particular has established a solid reputation as a reliable source for timely and accurate business intelligence among Clients from a variety of industries, including the world's major financial institutions, multinational companies and government agencies.  

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