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Journal of Economic Integration 2001 September;16(3) :344-368.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.11130/jei.2001.16.3.344
On the Significance of Trade Relations between GCC Countries and Japan
Shaykha AlShamsi and 
Magda Kandil 
United Arab Emirates University
International Monetary Fund
Copyright ©2001 Journal of Economic Integration
ABSTRACT
Trade relations between Japan and the Gulf Cooperation Council Countries (GCC Countries) is very strong and has been growing at very high rates during the last twenty years. In 1996, Japan imported more than 65% of its crude oil from the GCC Countries. The GCC countries' imports from Japan were 25% of their total imports in 1996. The aim of this paper is to analyze the impact of trade relations on the economies of the GCC countries and Japan.
Keywords: Economic Integration | Trade Relations | Oil Production
 
REFERENCE
1. Metwally, M. M. (1988), "Trade Relationship between Saudi Arabia and Japan," Journal of Administrative and Science, King Saud University, 13(1), 3-16.
2. OPEC Bulletin, March, 1998, 5-23.
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