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AssessmentsMar 1, 2017 | 09:15 GMT
Saudi King Salman is on the hunt for investors and investment in Asia
Asia: Saudi Arabia’s One-Stop Shop for Economic Opportunities
Asia boasts the world's most dynamic economy. The region's markets have continued to grow over the last several years as the economies of the European Union and North America have stagnated. And along the way, they have caught the attention of the wealthy Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, which are on the lookout for new investment opportunities and markets to buy their energy exports. Economic ties between the GCC's members and various East and Southeast Asian countries have exploded over the past decade. Between 2007 and 2012, for instance, Saudi Arabia's exports to China jumped from $17 billion to as much as $55 billion. Though the number has since fallen, in tandem with oil prices, Saudi Arabia's trade and investment ties with Asia will continue to increase in the years ahead. Considering the region's importance to the Gulf states, it is hardly surprising that Southeast and East Asia are the destination
AssessmentsJan 8, 2016 | 23:09 GMT
Some oil producers will be pushed to the limit of what prices they can tolerate.
Who Wins and Who Loses in a World of Cheap Oil
Oil is the most geopolitically important commodity, and the ongoing structural shift in oil markets has produced clear-cut winners and losers. Between 2011 and 2014, major oil producers became accustomed to prices above $100 per barrel and set their budgets accordingly. For many of them, the past 18 months have been a period of slow attrition. And with no end in sight for low oil prices, their problems are going to only multiply.
AssessmentsNov 13, 2015 | 09:01 GMT
Indonesian motorists line up in at a Pertamina fuel station in Jakarta.
Fueling Indonesia's Regional Strategy
In 2009, after 47 years as a member of the oil producers' cartel, Indonesia suspended its OPEC membership, having lost its status as a net oil exporter. On Dec. 4, despite being a net importer, Indonesia will officially rejoin OPEC at the bloc's meeting in Vienna. This time, however, Jakarta is pursuing a new strategy, hoping to barter its status as OPEC's only Asia-Pacific member to become a bridge between Middle Eastern producers and Asian consumers.
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