The Gulf states will continue to lead the pack, but growth is set to slow next year by more than we had previously expected due to oil output cuts. In North Africa, balance of payments strains should ease, and IMF assistance will increase. But the outlook remains challenging. Currencies are likely to weaken and interest rates will rise further. And Tunisia faces a sovereign debt restructuring.
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