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Latest PRO Memo: Gulf states changing labor, visa and residency policies to attract foreign wealth, talent

Governments in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states are vying to attract global wealth and talent as part of post-coronavirus, oil-fueled economic development trajectories.
This picture taken on July 8, 2020 shows an aerial view of the Sheikh Zayed Road section of the E 11 highway and the Dubai Metro flyover in the Gulf emirate of Dubai, during a government-organised helicopter tour, with the Burj Khalifa skyscraper seen in the background. - Dubai reopened its doors to international visitors on July 7 in the hope of reviving its tourism industry after a nearly four-month closure. (Photo by KARIM SAHIB / AFP) (Photo by KARIM SAHIB/AFP via Getty Images)

In his latest PRO memo, Robert Mogielnicki analyzes how Gulf states are looking to attract and retain wealth and talent from around the world. You'll need to be a PRO subscriber to read the full memo. Sign up for a free one week trial today!

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