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Title:SADC and the GCC: Shared Regional Challenges and Potential Links
Authors:Abedian, Iraj
Flint, Henry
Year:2002
Periodical:South African Journal of International Affairs
Volume:9
Issue:1
Period:Summer
Pages:13-34
Language:English
Geographic terms:Gulf States
Southern Africa
Subjects:international economic relations
international cooperation
Development and Technology
Economics and Trade
Inter-African Relations
international relations
Abbreviations:GCC=Gulf Cooperative Council
SADC=Southern African Development Community
External link:https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/10220460209545374
Abstract:The Gulf region and the Southern African region are facing many similar challenges, even though their respective incomes are very skewed. Their current links are already prolific but shared problems may have helped to multiply these. Their economies are both highly dependent: that of SADC on mining and agriculture; that of the Gulf on oil. Strong diversification is required in both regions. Diversification programmes offer plenty of opportunities to both regions in their efforts to expand existing trade. There are also many potential opportunities for cooperation in areas as diverse as education, banking, insurance, construction, and privatization. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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