Economic Diversification in the GCC; Past, Present, and Future
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KeywordsExport diversification; Exports; Bahrain; Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf; Cross country analysis; Economic growth; Oil revenues; Oman; Private sector; Saudi Arabia; Production incentives; Qatar; Nonoil sector; Kuwait; Industrial policy; Wages and employment; United Arab Emirates; Diversification; growth; GCC; environment; oil; trade; revenues; environments;
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