Population migration to south-west of Saudi Arabia: its motives and impacts.

Abstract

The author examines recent migration to the southwestern area of Saudi Arabia, both from other regions of the country and from outside the country. The growth of towns and cities, the reduction of the rural and bedouin population, and the decline in food production are noted. The need for regional planning for rural development is stressed. 

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