In the media | 16 Apr 2024

Global Economy: Scott Livermore on oil output strategy, economic diversification importance for GCC growth plans

Scott Livermore, Managing Director at Oxford Economics Middle East, examines the intricate dynamics of the GCC economies. Focusing on the impact of oil output cuts, the pivotal sectors fuelling non-oil growth and the influx of foreign investments into regional markets. Scott Livermore also sheds light on the region’s ambitious green energy initiatives and the strategic role sovereign bonds will play in accelerating the diversification agenda.

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