With what seems like more warehousing facilities being built than ever before, and major logistics firms being set up all over the GCC and the Middle East in general, what's your assessment of the regional supply chain industry's response to the global downturn?
Do you believe that the region is still racing to catch up with more established trading bases in the West, or do you see the Middle East actually starting to take a lead in some areas? Or do you believe that some parts of the region have better prospects than others?
Why should the logistics industry feel confident in its long-term prospects in this part of the world?
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