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Established in 1989, Cross-border Information (CbI) has striven to become a reliable and trustworthy provider of information and intelligence on Africa and the Middle East.

Today, we provide clients with information, insight and analysis through our business intelligence services – due diligence, political risk analysis, market entry studies and consultancy – as well as through our specialist African Energy Consultancy and our online news and analysis services African Energy and Gulf States News (GSN).

Our core capabilities comprise a team of regional specialists, a continually maintained network of in-country sources and researchers, and a corporate archive of information on Africa and the Middle East built up over the last 35 years.

This means we can provide you with a depth of knowledge and experience in these regions unavailable from most other business intelligence providers. CbI is managed by its directors, most of whom are regional specialists.
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Bahrain's Economic Performance

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Gulf boundaries and hydrocarbons infrastructure

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The Gulf region: economy and society

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Iraqi Kurdistan hydrocarbons infrastructure map

Revised in January 2015, this map provides a detailed overview of hydrocarbons infrastructure in the Kurdistan area of Iraq.

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Shale oil find a boon for Bahrain, if it doesn’t torpedo reforms

The discovery of a reserve of more than 80bn barrels of shale oil in shallow waters off the west coast of Bahrain, first...

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Saudi Arabia: Autocratic tendencies define disrupter-in-chief MBS’s agenda

  Issue 1,056 - 22 March 2018 Despite all his efforts to project a more modern, tolerant and less corrupt image of...

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Defences waver of currency pegs that served GCC states well

Currency pegs to the US dollar have been a central element of the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) states’ economic...

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