The Saudi Arabia labor market is characterized by an emergence of high youth participation, high levels of expatriate workers (mostly in the private sector), leading to a depressing of levels of average general wages, lower productivity, and... Know More
Rapid economic and population growth occurring throughout Saudi Arabia are posing new opportunities and changes for the Kingdom. In particular, the concomitant growth in the Kingdom’s capital, Riyadh, is straining the city’s road network to the... Know More
For many countries experiencing rapid growth in demand for energy, water and other infrastructure services, one of the primary long-term challenges is how to coordinate these near-term infrastructure and related investments with long-term... Know More
Saudi Arabia’s domestic oil consumption has rapidly increased in recent years, primarily for electricity production. Electricity sales are expected to reach 600 TWh by 2032 which will require large investments to meet these growing demands.