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- Author: Karen E. Young
- Publication Date: 02-2019
- Content Type: Special Report
- Institution: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research
- Abstract: Arab Gulf states are expanding their political and economic ties with China as a bridge strategy to create a next-generation energy market in traditional oil and gas products, as well as petrochemical production and future market access in expected areas of consumer growth. China is also a competitor in some areas where Arab Gulf states are investing in infrastructure, ports, and political outreach to secure new security partnerships, particularly in the Horn of Africa. China and the Arab Gulf states share a model and vision of economic development that is state centered and profitable to state-owned enterprises and financial institutions.
- Topic: Foreign Policy, Development, Economics
- Political Geography: China, Middle East, Asia, Gulf Cooperation Council