Resource-based economy

A resource-based economy or natural-resource-based economy is the economy of a country whose gross national product or gross domestic product to a large extent comes from natural resources.[1]

GCC

The economies of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries like Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar are highly dependent on exporting oil and gas.

Suriname

Suriname's exports of bauxite account for more than 15% of GDP and 70% of export earnings.[2]

Russia

Of Russian exports, more than 80% are oil, natural gas, metals and timber.[3] Since Russia has a resource based economy, it depends most of all on the fluctuations of oil and gas demand and prices.[4]

Norway

Norway's export of oil and gas forms 45% of total exports and more than 20% of the GDP.[5]

References

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