In 2030, the population of Saudi Arabia will reach 38.5 million, an increase
of 34.1% from 2012. The population will age rapidly in 2012-2030 with the 65+
age group increasing by 180%, however, Saudi Arabia will still be amongst the
youngest countries in the GCC by 2030. Despite a decline in net migration in
2012-2030, the share of foreign citizens in total population is expected to
increase to 34.9% by 2030.
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changes in 85 countries, 7 regions and a world overview. The reports offer
long-term demographic forecasts to 2030, and include breakdowns of population by
age and sex, vital statistics and major cities. The series provides insight into
demographic trends which will shape consumer segmentation and markets in the
Data coverage: market sizes (historic and forecasts), company shares, brand
shares and distribution data.
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Saudi Arabia Infrastructure Report
BMI View: We significantly downgraded our short-term outlook for the Saudi
Arabian construction sector on the back of liquidity in the market severely
drying up, following a reduction in government spending. Beyond 2016 the goals
of Vision 2030 will be key to opening up the infrastructure market with the
potential of private investment
Saudi Arabia Pharmaceuticals and Healthcare Report
BMI View: The combined value of Saudi Arabia's pharmaceutical and healthcare
markets is the largest in the Middle East and Africa region. The Kingdom's
National Transformation Program, a key part of Vision 2030, reinstates the
government's commitment to improving healthcare provision in the country.
Nonetheless, the rising burden of non
Saudi Arabia Petrochemicals Report
The Saudi government is targeting national petrochemicals output of 115mn
tonnes in 2016, which represents a 46% increase since 2013. There are 26
petrochemicals projects under construction at a cost of USD15bn while another 42
are planned over the next five years at an estimated cost of USD46bn. However,
there is the ongoing threat fro