Economics & Country Risk Briefing hosted at the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce & Industry
IHS is presenting the Economics Briefing at the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce & Industry on April 4, 2016.
The Emerging Market Slowdown, Low Oil Prices and the Abu Dhabi Private Sector
In recognition of the valued relationship with the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce & Industry, IHS presents senior experts who discuss the outlook of Abu Dhabi’s economy in light of global trends, including the ‘new normal’ under continued low oil price and under the slowdown of the Chinese economy.
How will sustained low oil prices affect the regional and Abu Dhabi’s economies? Is this a new normal, and if so what will it mean for economic growth? Who will be the winners and losers, and how can Abu Dhabi position itself for growth?
Meanwhile, China is facing a turbulent start to 2016 with decelerating economic growth, which is leading to a supply glut of international commodities and a weaker yuan. What is China's growth outlook in 2016 and beyond and which are the implications for the global economy and specifically for Abu Dhabi’s (UAE) private sector?
Finally, IHS will present their latest analysis about key economic trends in Abu Dhabi and the impact on the private sector and provides a benchmark update of Abu Dhabi against major global economies based on the latest Bi-annual Abu Dhabi Economic Report (BADER).
Please join us as we delve deeper into these questions and the impact on the UAE and Abu Dhabi.
Specific topics will include:
- The impact of low oil prices for economic growth globally – winners and losers and implications for Abu Dhabi's private sector
- The outlook for Chinese growth and implications for the global economy and the UAE private sector
- Abu Dhabi’s economic outlook – based on the Bi-annual Abu Dhabi Economic Outlook Report (BADER)