Future Drainage KSA 2017
 
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Directory Directory Subscribe
Login
 

Saudi economy to continue growing close to 3.5%

 
 

Please, enter data

Please, enter data

Reuters, 22 March 2016

Saudi Arabia's economy is expected to continue growing in 2016, albeit at a slower rate than last year, the finance minister said on Tuesday.

"The Saudi economy is still growing at good rates, close to 3.5 per cent in 2015, and we expect the growth to continue positively however at a lower rate this year," Ibrahim Alassaf told a business conference in the Saudi capital.

While Alassaf rarely speaks in public, giving his remarks additional weight, his comments reflect the sentiments expressed by other Saudi officials and economists in recent weeks.

The kingdom's economy is likely to grow by about two per cent in 2016, Ahmed Abdulkarim Alkholifey, deputy governor for research and international affairs at the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency, said earlier this month.
Reuters
22 March

  COMMENTS
Login to Add Your Comment  (for subscribers) | Subscribe

 

Latest News

Qatar highway project on track for 2019 launch
Press release, 16 January 2017

With nearly 40 per cent of the work on Dukhan Highway East development already competed (including the construction of bridges, tunnels and asphalt laying work), ...

Read full story
Qatar highway project on track for 2019 launch
New investment law emerges to regulate rhythm of Egypt’s economy
Daily News Egypt, 16 January 2017

The Egyptian economic authorities are racing against time to regulate the rhythm of the economic scene. The cabinet had recently ...

Read full story
New investment law emerges to regulate rhythm of Egypt’s economy
GCC Cement Market to Grow at a CAGR of 6% To 2019
Technavios, 16 January 2017

To keep up with the augmented demand for construction materials, new cement production facilities are being built in and around the GCC. This recent rise in demand ...

Read full story
GCC Cement Market to Grow at a CAGR of 6% To 2019
Morocco on track to achieve ambitious renewable plan
TradeArabia, 13 January 2017

As host of the COP22 climate change conference in November, Morocco was one of 48 nations in the Climate Vulnerable Forum to commit to reaching 100 per cent as ...

Read full story
Morocco on track to achieve ambitious renewable plan
Back to Home Page 884 --- 385 <><><> 596.33333333333.....exvideo=0....eximage=0
P 0
BR 8

Future Drainage KSA 2017

 

 
2nd Annual Marine Data Infrastructure GCC
30 - January 2017
3rd Annual Future Landscape & Public Realm UAE
6 - February 2017
LightingTech KSA
6 - March 2017
Smart Parking Jeddah
13 - March 2017
3rd Annual RetrofitTech UAE Summit & Awards
20 - March 2017
 
  View more  

Market Indecies
 
Saudi SE - 2.32%
Dubai FM - 4.53%
Abu Dhabi SE - 3.99%
Kuwait SE - 1.51%
Doha SM - 8.36%
Muscat SM - 6.18%
Casablanca SE Closed
Bahrain SE - 0.98%
Cairo SE Closed
Amman SE - 1.12%
 

Project Qatar 2017

Quick Links
  Reports  
  Articles  
  Brochures & Flyers  

Up-coming events
IFP Group Events Calendar

 


Magazine sections
  Finance  
  Zoom  
  Growth Markets  
  Regional Overview  
  Editorial  
  Tips and Tricks  
  Spotlight  
  Home Finance  
  Our Meetings
 
  Focus
 
  News
 
  Legal Issues
 

 

               
IFP Corporate
• IFP Emirates
• IFP Lebanon
• IFP Qatar
• IFP Iraq
• REC Saudi Arabia
• IFP China
Lebanon
Energy Lebanon
Project Lebanon
Qatar
Heavy Max
Project Qatar
Qatar StoneTech
Iraq
Iraq Agro-Food - Erbil
Saudi Arabia
Riyadh Motor Show
 
 
  IMC
IFP Group 2017 - © All rights reserved