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Oil, gas, and the future of Arab Gulf countries

By: Mohamedi, Fareed.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSubject(s): Petroleum industry and trade -- Economic aspects -- Arabian Gulf States In: Middle East report No. 204 (July-September 1997), pp. 2-6Abstract: Over the last 20 years, hydrocarbons have helped the ruling families of the Gulf consolidate and expand their political power. During the next 20 years, however, it is expected that competition from other global suppliers of oil and the economic pressure to continue developing the sector through privalization and denationalization will undermine this political power.
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No. 204 (July-September 1997) Not For Loan 07-1997 0000029479

Over the last 20 years, hydrocarbons have helped the ruling families of the Gulf consolidate and expand their political power. During the next 20 years, however, it is expected that competition from other global suppliers of oil and the economic pressure to continue developing the sector through privalization and denationalization will undermine this political power.

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