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Title: تقييم مسار عملية التكامل لدول الخليج العربي و الآثار المترتبة على إصدار عملة خليجية موحدة
Authors: يحي سعاد
Keywords: Economic Integration
Cooperation Council for the Gulf countries
European Union
the single currency
Issue Date: 19-Jan-2014
Abstract: Economic integration is a contributing factor in economic development and looking forward to the currently economic unit, as this is required by the exigencies of the evolving international economic environment, and the success of the European Union in launching the single currency euro, imposing itself as the main monetary unit in the world monetary and financial system, encouraged other economic groups including the GCC countries to seriously consider launching a common currency. The study was based on the following problem: what is the degree of integration of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and what are the implications of a single currency, drawing on the experience of the European Monetary Union? Based on problematic assumption that, although some constraints enable the Gulf Cooperation Council to achieve important goals. At the end of search reached the following conclusions: -The GCC experience of young and ambitious Arabic tests compared with previous Arabic countries maintained a presence since its inception, despite the withdrawal of two of the Monetary Union, but this does not constitute a significant risk to a single currency as far as preventing an optimal currency area. -GCC has applied economic standards applied by European Union counterpart, implemented monetary unity. -The Gulf bloc may benefit from the crisis faced by the European Union and prepare the preparations for launch of unified currency, through the development of proactive contingency plan.
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