Arabia Monitor’s Annual Single Office Corporate Subscription Package includes Regional Views/Country View Reports (Weekly), MENA Monthly publication (Monthly) and MENA Outlook publication (Quarterly).
1. Regional Views (2-3 pages) - Weekly Report
The Regional Views series are thematic papers aimed at identifying and analysing factors behind medium to long-term economic trends shaping the MENA region. Our analysis draws conclusions that help businesses and investors get ahead of the curve.
2. Country Views (2-3 pages) - Weekly Report
The Country Views series shines the spotlight on specific developments in one MENA country, analysing them from a local perspective to deliver forward looking views for businesses and investors.
Weekly reports in total: 35 issues per year
3. MENA Monthly Publication (8-10 pages) - Monthly Report
Arabia Monitor’s MENA Monthly publication covers 5-7 MENA countries, providing a timely snapshot of most notable recent developments in the dynamic MENA region. Our analysts get past the news to deliver the core, forward looking conclusions that markets-oriented readers look for.
Monthly reports in total: 8 issues per year
4. The MENA Outlook Publication (50-70 pages) - Quarterly Report
The MENA Outlook publication covers all the Arab countries and Iran. It presents Arabia Monitor’s insights on global markets, outlines and analyses regional future trends and defining themes, and then focuses on individual country macroeconomic views. Each publication is laid out in a concise bullet point format and features a Special Feature interview with regional leaders including central bank governors, ministers and executives.
Quarterly reports in total: 4 issues per year
Key Questions Answered:
- How has capital spending changed to meet the kingdom’s National Transformation Programme and Vision 2030 objectives?
- Will the OPEC agreement last beyond 6 months, just before the summer when Saudi Arabia historically ramps up production?
- What will shape the sukuk market in the GCC in 2017? Will Saudi Arabia set another record through its sukuk issuance next month?
- The NOC has announced it aims to increase oil production to 1.1M bpd in 2017. How feasible is this target?
- Why have UN-sponsored talks for Libya failed thus far?
- What are the key sticking points and what consequences will a prolonged conflict have on Libya and its oil industry?
- Is there a better or more constructive role that Western governments should be playing in Libya?
- What about other governments, such as Egypt, the UAE and the Gulf States/Arab League more broadly?
- Reform & Investment Power On
- Iran: Rouhani faces electoral challenges
- Iran drives forward with South Pars
- Kuwait: Joining up with the New Silk Route
- MENA Renewables: Ambitious targets or realistic goals?
- CPEC: Corridor of opportunities
- “Creating impact through mentoring” – Special Feature: Ali Al-Husry, Endeavor Jordan
- Qatar: Construction sector on robust growth path
- Russian Influence in MENA: Trump or Joker?
- YPO Global Pulse Survey: OPEC deal provides glimmer of hope
- Morocco: Ready for sukuk
- Sino-Oman: Banking on AIIB
- Bracing for Trump
- Saudi Arabia 2017: Gone are the days of plenty
- Libya: Political impasse poses risk to oil
- Iran 2017 Budget: Oil & taxes buttress revenues
- Accelerator Technology Holdings
- Bahrain’s Economic Development Board
- Barwa Bank
- Central Bank of Libya
- Dubai Food Park
- Dubai Multi Commodities Centre
- Egypt's Suez Canal Economic Zone
- Endeavor Jordan
- International Bank of Qatar
- Kuwait's Silk City
- Masraf Al-Rayan
- One Belt and One Road
- PSA Peugeot Citroen
- Silicon Badia
- Solar Moroccan Programme
- The Arab League
- The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC)
- The City of Shenzhen
- The MSCI
- The NOC
- The Saudi Stock Exchange
- The Young Presidents Organisation (YPO)
- Young Presidents Organisation (YPO)