One area of economic activity that does not easily fall victim to the vagaries of the domestic market is international trade, particularly between the Gulf and China. Between 2005 and 2013 the value of goods being sent between the GCC and the Middle Kingdom rose from $33.8 billion to $165.3 billion, according to the UN’s Comtrade.
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