The paper "Macro Environment of Business: UAE" is a wonderful example of a case study on business. UAE is one of the most attractive country’ s’ with high employment levels, stable incomes, low poverty levels, and national and economic growth. The interest and inflation rates are low, demonstrating a stable economy. Thus, the project will assess some economic indicators of UAE to determine the economic performance of its market. UAE is considered the second-largest economy after Saudi Arabia. UAE has a highly-diversified economy and its performance is reliant on oil.
However, the prices of oil have been reducing in the world, which may affect the performance of the country. 2.0 UAE Economy at a Glance The UAE is a country that has been attracting many clients with a wealthy and small population. It has no a history of terrorism without sectarian tensions, and positive strong relations with the U. S. The country’ s democracy level and transparency on the government is low and heavy oil-funded spending on security and social benefits. Thus, investors are profitable by investing in the country by factors such as ensuring the political and market perspectives are beneficial. For instance, the lower prices of oil have increased as the consumer ad government spending decreases.
Thus, at a GDP of about 2.3% in 2016 from 3.8% in 2015. Thus, the country’ s economy anticipates more slowdowns as the discretionary spending, which influences the weaker currencies that affect the spending and investments in UAE. However, there is a possibility that the private sector will encounter slow growth in the year 2016. Figure 2: Economic Indicators Overview (trading economics, 2016) 3.0 UAE GDP Figure 3: UAE GDP The population of the UAE is high, where currently it is 9,297,467 (World0meters, 2016).
The population is equal to 0.12%, which is ranked number 93 in the countries by population (World0meters, 2016). Thus, the population of the UAE is about 111/km2. 89.5% of the total population lives in the urban sector, with a median age of 33.5 years of all the people.
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