ABDULAZIZ ALABDULRAZZAQ WRITES—Where would Kuwait be without oil? Certainly not as prosperous. Half of its GDP, in fact, comes from oil. But now, it seems, this has become too much of a good thing. As oil reserves dry up and the world switches to greener sources of fuel, the economy…Full Article KUWAIT VISION: A SHARP MOVE IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION?
ABDULAZIZ ALABDULRAZZAQ WRITES – The persistent decline in oil prices has led many oil-producing countries to think of ways to reinvent their economies. Saudi Arabia is one of them, with its Vision 2030, first introduced in 2016. Vision 2030 will be built on three pillars: a vibrant society, a thriving economy…Full Article SAUDI ARABIA: TOILING TO ESCAPE A FUTURE BOUND BY OIL