There is a niche market in Kuwait if anyone wants to pursue it as a business. I would be a customer. On my wish list is a booklet of information specific to this segment of the market in Kuwait: Defense and Logistics. I would like to see the booklet list companies, past and present contract awards, company information (contacts, websites, history in the region, etc.) Every company I have worked for in contracting in Kuwait has asked me to compile this type of information. Many job-seekers in Kuwait (and many coming from outside Kuwait) want it. You don't need to go to a publishing house: you can build the book yourself. Include advertising - especially from companies who want to do business in the industry or with US Military.
From a recent story in the New York Times, the US plans to be in the region for a while (U.S. Planning Troop Buildup in Gulf After Exit From Iraq). A similar story was in the Arab Times a few days ago. There is a 50-year lease on Camp Arifjan (and - the US military in Kuwait ONLY has "camps" not "bases" - they have not been turned into permanent missions YET.) There WILL be a railway linking GCC/Middle Eastern countries. The logistics business in the region isn't going anywhere.
None of this is classified information or of a secret nature. If you scour the internet, you can determine what companies are doing in Kuwait/the region. You just have to spend a LOT of time doing research. Since I've done it, and I'm a believer in the power of shared information, I'm publishing it. Now, some of these companies don't have a physical presence in Kuwait, and they may not have current contracts in Kuwait; however, they either have had an interest or they are looking at business in Kuwait. If you have any to add, give me a holler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By the way, if you would like to find out what companies have been disbarred/banned from USG contracting(and there may be a few on my list), you can check it out by searching on Excluded Parties List System at http://www.epls.gov/ or the CCR search site at https://www.bpn.gov/CCRSearch/results.aspx. Do a search for Kuwait. It's fasssssscinating!