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PMIs: Gulf a bright spot, Israel-Hamas war weighs on Egypt

January’s batch of PMIs showed that activity across non-hydrocarbon sectors in the Gulf eased a touch at the start of the year, but activity remains robust and will support the broader economic recovery in 2024. In contrast, the disruption in the Red Sea is weighing heavily on Egypt’s economy.

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