Where will evolving economic dynamics take the GCC?

Moving landscapes are constant features across the deserts of the Arabian peninsula, says Steven Morgan, Middle East chief executive, Savills.

The evolving economic and political situation throughout the Gulf Cooperation Council could be considered a man-made mirror of this naturally dynamic region.

Despite low oil prices and political turbulence in some areas, the countries of the GCC have been generally resilient against regional and global economic and political issues.

Though the ripple effects of these factors have weighed on growth in the short term, the region’s long-term prospects are