From politics to policy as the new paradigm unfolds

MENA Outlook Quarterly
GDP divergence is growing in MENA, causing East-West “periphery” issues that will be cushioned by this year's oil prices, but could be problematic for next year as "Arab Spring" tremors continue to ripple. Moving from "Politics to Policy" will be tricky for the region unless old intra-regional financial mechanisms are dusted off, and new ones created.
Q4 2011 special feature: Interview with H.E. Dr. Mustapha Nabli, Governor of the Central Bank of Tunisia

 

The MENA Outlook publication 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. To access this report, please click here.

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