Saudi Arabia’s economic situation currently is in a transformation phase. They are having a big change in reducing oil dependence, diversifying income sources, and intensifying competitiveness. And this year is the midpoint of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 expedition.
The latest annual review of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) shows that Saudi Arabia has made a massive advancement in the non-oil growth sector, making progress to the nation’s economic growth. The non-oil growth sector has accelerated since 2021 and had a 4.8 percent average percentage in 2022. (Tramadol) And Saudi Arabia has forecasted that the non-oil sector growth will touch 5 percent average percentage in 2023 since the nation has a high demand domestically.
Saudi Arabia applies diversification to its economic situation. And the nation succeeded to implement the diversification strategy through regulatory improvements and their business environments. The new regulation improvements affected positively because the regulations promote entrepreneurship, protect investors’ rights, and reduce the costs of doing business, new investment deals and licenses.
And the result is investment agreement has grown about 95 percent and investment licenses has grown about 267 percent in 2022. Besides that, the Saudi Investment Fund (PIF) has funded capital to stimulate private sector investment.
Of course, the nation has predicted several challenges they might face in the future while implementing their strategy to promote their economic state. Saudi Arabia has to make sure that large projects have to generate profit. Besides ensuring profit from the large projects, the nation also has to help the reduction of costs and taxes of businesses by the help of the Saudi Investment Fund (PIF) in the private sector.