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Region: Middle East
Category: Service Industries

Middle East Service Industries

(1223 reports matching your criteria)
  • Country Comparison Chartbook - Key Indicators: Middle East

    ... the face of financial crisis, political instability, increasing protectionism and shifts in consumer demand and the traditionally predictable growth models of the 20th Century will likely never be experienced again. Also included is an Excel ... Read More

  • PESTLE Insights: Saudi Arabia - Macroeconomic Outlook Report

    ... and wholesale, retail and hotels (10.7%). In nominal terms, the three sectors are expected to grow by 9.4%, 8.9% and 9.4% respectively in 2018.Saudi Arabia has allocated SAR372.0 billion (US$97.9 bn) for the development of ... Read More

  • Saudi Arabia Banking & Financial Services Q1 2019

    ... and investment companies looking to expand their operations and tap into the second largestconsumer market in the Middle East (after Egypt). The banking sector's stable outlook, accompanied by the expected growth of thestock market and ... Read More

  • Country Risk Service Israel December 2018

    ... service measures political, economic policy, economic structure and liquidity risks as well as currency, sovereign debt and banking sector risks. In-depth forecasts are provided for up to 180 macroeconomic variables for each country. Benefits of ... Read More

  • Country Report Israel December 2018

    ... report examines and explains the issues shaping the countries in which you operate: the political scene, economic policy, the domestic economy and foreign trade and payments. 18-24-month forecasts are also included to complement the analysis Read More

  • Country Forecast Israel December 2018 Updater

    ... foreign investors. These reports have been recently updated to include more practical data. The business environment rankings allow comparisons to be made quickly and easily on business conditions in different countries. The labour market forecasts ... Read More

  • Oman Banking & Financial Services Q1 2019

    ... development prospects. The banking industry and stock market in particular are expected tosuffer the most, although credit growth has improved in the past year, with total lending forecasted to grow by 5.5% in 2018.Nonetheless, efforts ... Read More

  • Charge Cards in the United Arab Emirates

    ... rise, driving economic growth; however, as growth in disposable incomes lags far behind, consumers must find different ways to finance their increased spending. Whilst lending is also on the rise, credit is consumers’ go-to solution, ... Read More

  • Credit Cards in the United Arab Emirates

    ... credit is rising at a far faster rate than disposable incomes, and there is growing concern about consumers’ ability to cope with the growth in payments, which could have a dire impact on the economy. ... Read More

  • Debit Cards in the United Arab Emirates

    ... tourism leapt, and this was also reflected in rising international purchases and considerable growth in open loop pre-paid cards. These offer several advantages for consumers who travel: they are easier to use and carry than ... Read More

  • Financial Cards and Payments in the United Arab Emirates

    ... careful, they are availing themselves of offers and rewards across their favourite merchants through financial products. Thus, both issuing banks and merchants have been active in developing reward platforms, which helps both the bank and ... Read More

  • United Arab Emirates Real Estate Q1 2019

    ... levels and export-oriented growth opportunities. All agricultural sub-sectors were negatively affected by poor macroeconomic fundamentals in Ukraine in the past year. However, as the recent dryweather season disappears and the economic and political situation improves, ... Read More

  • Iran Banking & Financial Services Q1 2019

    ... to enable new strategies, or to improve the efficiency of existing operations. Themain technology trends will be growing demand for cloud computing, data analytics, basic digitisation and cyber security solutions.An economic slowdown resulting from a ... Read More

  • Iran Insurance Q1 2019

    ... sector, as economic turmoil, small scaleprotests and policy uncertainty continue to take their toll on investor sentiment. The retreat of European investors will solidify thedominance of Chinese and Russian companies within Iran's infrastructure competitive landscape. Read More

  • Kuwait Insurance Q1 2019

    ... InAfrican terms, the Kenyan market remains well developed, but low income levels remain a barrier to higher rates of penetration inspite of efforts to extend micro-insurance and government efforts to create a universal health service. Read More

  • Lebanon Insurance Q1 2019

    ... segment. We have not further revised down our forecasts forhydropower, having eliminated the capacity contributed by the collapsed Xe Pian Xe Namnoy last quarter. Laos’ quest to be becomethe 'battery of South East Asia' is ... Read More

  • Pre-Paid Cards in the United Arab Emirates

    ... accumulating points or through cobranded credit cards that are easier to use. Customers also like store cards as they require neither ID nor a formal procedure and are not linked to a bank account which ... Read More

  • Charge Cards in Saudi Arabia

    ... the continued development of an internal market for payment services by reducing fees and improving consumer protection. Based on this new legislation, business can no longer charge fees for card payments for both physical and ... Read More

  • Credit Cards in Saudi Arabia

    ... transfers, request new products and pay for some services. The next step was to allow payments to be made in retailers through mobile wallets, thus making debit transactions faster, without needing a card. Making payments ... Read More

  • Financial Cards and Payments in Israel

    ... contrast, are more likely to be focused on innovative and enticing rewards and collaborations in order to create a point of difference. Euromonitor International's Financial Cards and Payments in Taiwan report establishes the size and ... Read More

  • Charge Cards in Israel

    ... card and payments environment in the country. Whilst commercial customers have been an attractive segment for charge card players offering attractive rewards on the global network, suiting travel and high-spend needs, commercial cards is now ... Read More

  • Credit Cards in Israel

    ... consumers, including stagnant wages, inflation, low job security and the widening wealth gap. Credit cards now offer a monetary incentive for usage, as well as convenience and better cash flow. Many larger players offer highly ... Read More

  • Debit Cards in Israel

    ... age or credit situation. Most companies within this area typically offer 0.5% cash rewards. Rewards are especially important for younger consumers, but these are often considerably lower than credit card rewards, as debit cards are ... Read More

  • Debit Cards in Saudi Arabia

    ... cards offer greater security for small payments, with the risk of loss and fraud being limited to a certain amount on the card. As a result, such cards are more popular among users who are ... Read More

  • Pre-Paid Cards in Israel

    ... increasingly overlapping. All can now be used on public transport, as well as to make micropayments. In general, these brands have established a strong role within people’s daily lives, offer convenience and give consumers attractive ... Read More

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