Members of the public walk past luxury goods retailers on Old Bond Street on April 15, 2014 in London, England. A report by property advisers Colliers International has listed Old Bond Street as Europe's most expensive street with rents of £839 ($1,400) per square foot per year. (Getty Images)
The small kingdom is among the most economically vulnerable of the GCC states, with high debt levels, low reserves and slow GDP growth. But it has identified jewels in its accelerating non-oil economy that will help it forge a new path for the future.