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The best Arab countries economically






1. Qatar
• Qatar is a high-income country supported by the world's third largest natural gas and oil reserves.
• It has a very high human development, as it is the most advanced Arab country in the field of human development.
• Qatar ranks the country with the highest per capita income in the world.

2. Emirates
• The Emirates is one of the richest Arab countries and the per capita income is high. It is one of the petroleum countries whose economy depends mainly on petroleum products.
• The UAE is classified as a high-income, developing and developing economy through the International Monetary Fund.
• The economy of the United Arab Emirates is characterized by being an open and active economy that depends on diversifying its resources.

3. Jordan
• Jordan's economy depends mainly on the services sector, trade, tourism, and some extractive industries such as fertilizers and medicines.
• Phosphate mines are located in the south of the Kingdom, making Jordan the third largest exporter of this mineral in the world.
• Knowledge - based economy.

4. Kuwait
• Despite the small size of the State of Kuwait, it possesses huge oil reserves that place it at the forefront of countries that possess oil reserves.
• Kuwait has three primary sources of water and water wealth: desalinated sea water, groundwater, and recycled wastewater.
• Kuwait's interest since ancient times in its fish, animal and agricultural wealth.

5. Bahrain
• Bahrain has the fastest growing economy in the Arab world.
• Banking and financial services for the sector in Bahrain, especially Islamic banking, have benefited from the regional boom driven by demand for oil.

6. Saudi
• The Kingdom's economy is the largest free market economy in the MENA region.
• Oil is the mainstay of the Saudi economy, as the Kingdom ranks second in the world in oil reserves and the first in production and export.
• The Kingdom has other natural resources from industrial raw materials and minerals.
• The Kingdom's economy follows the system of market mechanisms that is based on supply and demand and competition, and there are no restrictions on foreign exchange operations.

7. Morocco
• Morocco is a developing country and it is based on a free economy.
• The government has signed several free exchange agreements with several countries such as the United States, the European Union, Turkey, Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates, which qualifies Morocco to bring investments worth an estimated one billion people for export to foreign markets, and this is helped by its strategic location.

8. Lebanon
• The Lebanese civil society is known as a commercial investment community.
• The most important Lebanese economic sector is the services sector, especially the tourism and banking sectors. The capitalist system of Lebanon and the banking secrecy law in it attracted many capitals. 

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