Whether you are interested in the whole Middle Eastern region or specific countries, we provide you with the data and insights you need. We cover over 100 industrial sectors and all key economic indicators for 31 cities in 12 Middle Eastern countries.
Sectoral and city level
We provide you with economic analysis and forecasts for the Middle East on a macro, sectoral and cities level, with a special focus on its largest economies.
About our services for the Middle East
Historical and long-term data and economic forecasts for the Middle East and its countries, with a special focus on its key economies such as Saudi Arabia, UAE and Egypt.
In-depth insight for the Middle East
Keep up with key macroeconomic developments by using the tools that provide you with the insights that matter the most to you. We provide you with access to data and research that help you understand the key trends in the Middle East, including:
- How the recovery from the pandemic over the short-to-medium term will look.
- The impact various climate change scenarios could have on the region.
Informed decisions and business planning
Support your strategic decisions and business planning with in-depth insights that help you track and monitor global and local macro trends and their effect on Middle Eastern economies. Track the region’s latest travel and tourism trends and access historical and long-term data and forecasts for key industrial sectors and cities.
One comprehensive service with many possibilities
Using our services for the Middle East, you will benefit from a comprehensive solution including our renowned macro monitoring service, event-driven analysis and expert support. Tailor your subscription to fit your individual needs.
MENA Forecasting Service
Monitor the implications of economic and market developments in the MENA region.Find Out More
African and Middle Eastern Cities Forecasts
Comprehensive data and forecasts for major cities in Africa and the Middle East.Find Out More
Global Macro Service
Monitor macro events and their potential impact.Find Out More
Global Industry Service
Gain insights into the impact of economic developments on industrial sectors.Find Out More
Bespoke Business Forecasting
We are here to support your corporate planning and strategic decision making with customised solutions that are tailored to your requirements.
Quantifying the impact of policy changes and other risk events on industrial sectors.
Modelling and Scenarios
Bespoke research to help you make informed decisions.
Middle East and North Africa Forecasting Service Brochure
The MENA Forecasting Service provides a comprehensive analysis of immediate and long-term economic prospects to inform investment strategies, expansion plans and operations in the region. From macro-economics down to local area analysis, the MENA Forecasting Services provides historic data, forecasts and commentary by country, industry sector and city.
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