Marketing in Yemen Market
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The experience of traveling to Yemen is very unique and valuable. It is located next to Saudi arabia and the UAE and is a spectacular paradise. The country has recently been embroiled in civil wars as well as other tribal wars, but it is now a very beautiful tourist and sightseeing area. The situation of travel and tourism, as well as the improvement of the transportation infrastructure in Yemen, has been declared better than in previous years. Export products to Yemen have changed a lot in recent years, as evidence shows that products imported to Yemen are mostly in the field of live food and livestock. Machinery as well as equipment and chemicals are other important products imported to Yemen.
Estimates show that the revenue-generating situation in Yemen in 2019 grew by about 12 percent. What is very important in the Yemeni economy is the situation of the annual GDP growth rate, which has grown by 20.00%. Trade balances in Yemen are about 14% higher than before, and growth in this area is considered acceptable. The current account balance in Yemen is about 13 percent, while the current account balance in the country has grown by more than 13 percent. The export and import system in Yemen has grown by 74%, and it is clear that the trade process in Yemen is being seriously pursued. Keep in mind that the situation of capital turnover in Yemen has also increased by 17%. Yemen's ranking of the government line has been seriously pursued, internet speed in this country has grown by 12%. Yemen's ease of doing business has grown by 18%.
Yemen is roughly rectangular, stretching 1,500 kilometres from east to west and 350 kilometres from north to south, and covers an area of 528,000 square kilometres; it is slightly smaller than France, Afghanistan, or Somalia, and slightly larger than Iraq, Spain, or Morocco. Yemen’s northern neighbour, Saudi Arabia, is four times larger, while its eastern neighbour, Oman, is about half its size.
Yemen has several climates. Western Yemen benefits from monsoon rains, which fall mainly in late spring and at the end of summer. Most of the rain falls in the mountains, with an annual maximum of a 1,000 millimetres in the southern mountains, decreasing gradually to an average of 400 millimetres in the northern mountains.
Temperatures in the mountains vary with altitude and season, with an average of 16°C and frosty winter nights in the higher mountains. The Tihama coastal strip, by contrast, is always hot and is very humid during the rainy season, a climate similar to that across the Red Sea, in Eritrea and Somalia. The eastern desert has a dry climate, with heavy but sporadic rains and frosty nights.