Exports to Kuwait have always been attracted to our country's businessmen, but in many cases, even novices enter the country without knowing and understanding it accurately.
Kuwait has been one of the countries in which the Iranians have had a strong presence for a long time. Usually, economic activists in the port and southern regions of the country such as Khuzestan, Bushehr, and Bandar Abbas have economic relations with the countries bordering the Persian Gulf, including Kuwait.
Kuwait, like other countries in the Persian Gulf, is a sparsely populated and small country. But it has become a center for the presence of important economic and commercial actors in the region and even in the world.
Access to international open waters and a privileged geographical location make Kuwait a very important center for business and commerce.
Iran is one of Kuwait's neighbors and has a sea border with this country. The presence of important ports on both sides has led to the exchange of a significant amount of goods between them each year.
Accurate knowledge of Kuwait will help you to take better steps to export to this country. Therefore, it is not bad to get acquainted with the general situation of this country first.
What we need to know about the people of Kuwait
Kuwait is a Muslim country where the majority speak Arabic. However, some ethnic and religious minorities are also present in the country. The point that we have to pay attention to in terms of demographics and culture of Kuwait is that a significant part of its population is not native.
Because since ancient times, people from many other Asian countries have migrated to Kuwait. The reason for their migration was usually to gain better economic opportunities. Even a significant percentage of Iranians have immigrated to Kuwait. These people have usually been residents of cities and southern provinces of our country.
Although exact and official statistics are not available in this regard, according to some statistics, it is said that about 40% of the inhabitants of this country are non-natives.
Therefore, the diversity of ethnicities and nationalities in this country, along with the strong presence of the Iranian population, can be a positive point for Iranian businessmen who intend to export to Kuwait.