The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf 1997

The Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf

  • Published with the support of the Cooperation Council for the Arab Staes of the Gulf.
  • 325 pages, hardback, A4 sized
  • December 1997
  • Arabic, English
Contents
Message from the Secretary-General
By H.E. Sheikh Jamil Ibrahim Alhejailan, Secretary-General of the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf
Country Profiles
Bahrain
UAE
Kuwait
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
A Long History Of Common Interests
By Geoffrey Weston
The GCC: An Economic Overview
By Angus Hindley
The Oil And Gas Industry
By Iain Esau
Free Trade Zones And Industrial Areas In The GCC
By Sufia Lodhi
Industrial Development In Saudi Arabia
By Geoffrey Weston
Infrastructure Development Drives The Construction Industry
By Patrick Reynolds
The Gulf Investment Corporation – An Example Of Cooperation
By Samar Shammas
The Banking And Finance Sector
By Paul Hawkins
In Support Of Economic Development In Saudi Arabia: The Role of Commercial Banking
By John Presley
Private Placements – Establishing A Corporate And Organisatational Structure For Family-Owned Businesses
By Michael J. C. Ladenburg
The Prospects For Privatisation
By Toby Ash
An Overview Of The Power Sector
By Angus Hindley
Meeting The Demand For Water
By Angus Hindley
Agriculture And Fisheries – Towards Self-Sufficiency
By Christine Osbourne
Cuisine In The GCC
By Christine Osbourne
Marketing In The Gulf
By Karen Thomas
A Time For Recovery
By Muhammed Muneer
Telecommunications Development In The GCC
By Ian Channing
Mobile Communications Boom
By Ian Channing
Airport Development In The GCC
By Mark Blacklock
The Big Sell – Developing Airport Retailing
By Mark Blacklock
Rising To New Challenges – The GCC’s Airlines
By Mark Blacklock
Growth Predicted For Tourism
By Christine Osbourne
A Vibrant Heritage
By Geoffrey Weston
From Horsemanship And Falconry To Modern Sports
By Geoffrey Weston
The GCC: An Exercise In Forging A Regional Identity
By Francis Matthew
Acknowledgements
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