The Revolution in London after the Rise of the Arab Spring

Muhammad Ahmed Qadri, Lubna Ahsan, Shahabuddin Hashmi


On 18th December 2010, Arab Spring began in Tunisia, when citizens of Tunisia organized a revolution for removing dictatorship government. This wave of revolution covered Tunisia, Egypt, Bahrain, Libya, and Syria. Arab countries experienced increased insurgencies against the government. Huge businesses were affected indirectly and directly across the globe, specifically, UK. Consequently, transformational changes took place. Most of the firms found themselves lacking a contingency plan. This research aims to determine the factors that have led to increased investment in the London property market. Furthermore, it also determines the level of investment done in the United Kingdom, undertaken by migrants from Arab countries that were affected by political unrest.

Keywords: Arab Spring, Revolution, Economy, Real Estate, Migrants

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