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Middle East and North Africa Forecasting Service Brochure

The MENA Forecasting Service provides 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.

What’s included?
  • Country Reports. Regular reports on 19 MENA countries highlighting significant economic, political and financial market developments.
  • Regular Commentary. Daily publications providing unique insights into developments affecting exchange rates, foreign exchange and fixed income instruments and currency risk as well as regular analysis on political events.
  • Economic Databank. Access to our macro-economic, industry, city and travel historic data and forecasts through a single online platform.
  • Comprehensive forecasts. Forecasts for 52 MENA cities, 12 key industries as well as travel and tourism growth
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