MENA Market Monitor Report Series
About this Report Series: FrontierView's Middle East & North Africa (MENA) Market Monitor report series provides you with a comprehensive snapshot of the macroeconomic, geopolitical and business environment across the region every single month. Click on the Product Details tab for an Executive Summary and full Table of Contents from...
About this Report Series:
FrontierView's Middle East & North Africa (MENA) Market Monitor report series provides you with a comprehensive snapshot of the macroeconomic, geopolitical and business environment across the region every single month.
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The divergence between energy exporting and importing countries in Middle East & North Africa (MENA) grows wider, as inflation takes a toll on private spending. Saudi Arabia, the biggest winner in the exporting category, will increase spending to stimulate the economy through investment projects and some moderate increase in OPEX.
Similarly, the UAE is funding regulatory changes and diversifying investments into the industrial sector. Algeria, contrastingly, will increase OPEX to mute public anger amid pressuring living costs. The energy importing category is suffering fiscal pressures, resulting in spending cuts. Egypt aims to maintain real public wages; however, as its borrowing costs climb rapidly, the government's spending plans are likely to be overstated.
Across the region, demand destruction is picking up pace, particularly in Turkey, Lebanon, and Iran, as inflation soars and real wages crumble. MNCs ought to identify their core customer segment, revise their product portfolio, and plan for increased margin pressure, as input costs will remain highly elevated through Q3 2022.Table of Contents
- Executive Summary
- Saudi Arabia