The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one of the fastest growing economies in the world today – accounting for well in excess of 40% of the entire GCC economy.

Despite recent upheaval in the region, KSA has remained politically and economically stable – with gradual but meaningful reform being instituted under the leadership of King Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz al Saud.

Geographically, Saudi Arabia is virtually at the centre of the world – with daily air connections to all international destinations. The Kingdom also has a number of major ports, on both the Red Sea and Persian Gulf, which are linked to all major cities by an excellent road network.

Recent loosening of trade regulations, regarding foreign companies, make doing business in Saudi Arabia a more attractive prospect than ever, for companies wishing to expand in the region.

Latest Population Estimate:
26,534,504 population for 2012, according to U.S. Census Bureau.

Gross Domestic Product:
GDP per capita is US$ 17,820 for 2011 according to I.M.F.

Saudi Arabia Country Area (Size):
2,149,690 sq km and the population density is 12 persons per sq km.

Internet Usage Statistics:
13,000,000 Internet users as of June/12, 49.0% of the population, according to IWS.