What is this report about?
On June 05, 2017, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain severed ties with Qatar, accusing the Qatari government of promoting instability in the region. The four Arab countries closed air and sea transport connections with Qatar, and also the three GCC countries‚ÄîKSA, UAE and Bahrain‚Äîhave blocked their nationals from travelling to Qatar. Given the close trade and deep geographical links with the rest of the GCC, the severance of diplomatic relationship would have economic repercussions for Qatar. In this report, we have analyzed the impact of diplomatic crisis on Qatar's economy.
Who will benefit and why?
The report will benefit anyone tracking the impact of diplomatic crisis on Qatar's economy; especially banks, government agencies, investment bankers, economists, retail and institutional investors. This report would help these entities to gain in-depth understanding of the level of economic exposure Qatar has through channels such as trade, investments, and equity and debt markets.
How exhaustive is this report?
In this report, we assess the economic cost for Qatar due to the severance of diplomatic relationship from the following viewpoints:
Is regular update for this available?
The report is thematic and there is no regular update. However, if required, upon specific request we could provide you with an update.
Can I only download certain sections of the report?
No. The report can be downloaded in full length only.