A Post-Brexit UK-GCC Deal Could Help UAE In Diversifying Its Economy

April 16, 2017

Britain is preparing for life after Brexit, while GCC countries are preparing for new financial realities in a post-oil era. The council nations are working on diversifying their revenues by heavily investing in non-oil sectors, as Britain looks for other non-European trade partners. According to Links Group, which helps foreign companies operate in the U.A.E. and Qatar, a potential U.K.-GCC free trade deal could help economic diversification in the U.A.E.

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Topics: GULF COOPERATION COUNCIL (GCC)

Regions: UNITED ARAB EMIRATES UNITED KINGDOM MIDDLE EAST

Authors: FORBES

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