Performance - middle-east
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PwC Middle East records 8% revenue growth in FY17, maintains confidence in region's future

Growth across all lines of serviceTotal workforce rises to 236,000 globally, including over 4,200 in the Middle East19 acquisitions around the world in FY17, including in the Middle East300 graduate recruits into the Middle EastContinued investment in digital, healthcare, cybersecurity, financial services and VATFor the year ending 30 June 2017, PwC around the world reported total gross revenues of US$37.

United Arab Emirates' Pipeline Indicates Region is Poised for Continued Success [Infographic]

The thing is, 30 years ago the city was dusty and antiquated. The seeds for long-term, sustained hospitality success were just beginning to be planted. Oh, how far the city has come, and with its meteoric rise, so too has risen the rest of the hospitality industry pipeline in the country that it calls homes -- the United Arab Emirates.

PwC Middle East Economy Watch: Economic growth prospects improve for 2018 after falling short of expectations in 2017

2017 shows signs of improvement on 2016, but less than anticipated at the start of the year due to the oil marketDeficits could be larger than anticipated for the year as a whole, likely prompting additional borrowingMomentum building in key parts of the regional economy, though potential headwinds from further fiscal tightening and political climateCurrent environment of low oil prices has prompted fresh interest in the economic suitability of the pegs, but a change in the currency regime is only likely to make good economic sense if and when commodities play a much smaller role in the Gulf economiesDubai, UAE -- There were high hopes that 2017 would be a turning point for oil exporting nations, as OPEC-led production cuts rebalanced the market.