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For Qatari residents: Do you prefer a summer or winter World Cup 2022?


Tue, 24 May 2016 07:07

Rail Contracts on Track

  New Qatar Rail deals to be awarded in mid-2016 Qatar Rail has announced that preparations are underway for signing new contracts for the country's rail network including Doha Metro, Lusail ...
  Despite the drop in oil prices and its negative impact on almost all oil producing countries, Qatar’s economy remains vibrant and stable compared to most GCC countries and it is still po...
Mon, 26 October 2015 06:06

Shifting gears

More than $20 billion planned spending for roads and bridges More than 30 major roads, highways and freeways are planned in Qatar well before the World Cup in 2022, in a network which is unparall...
Mon, 26 October 2015 06:06

Paying for its bills

Qatar has investment plans worth more than $125 billion in the utilities sector According to engineering firm Drake & Scull report, Qatar has investment plans worth more than $125 billion in ...
Mon, 26 October 2015 06:06

In Ship Shape

Doha’s New Port Project anchoring soon Strategically located south of Doha, the $7.4bn new port also includes a new base for the Qatar Emiri Naval Forces and the Qatar Economic Zone 3. One ...
Mon, 26 October 2015 04:04

Coming Home

Lusail is welcoming residents 5 years away from completion Infrastructure works have been nearly completed in Qatar’s new city of Lusail and hence its first residents are moving in. More th...
Mon, 26 October 2015 04:04

All Aboard

Qatar hails a new era of metro, railway and freight lines  Qatar is spending almost $40 billion on three railway projects as part of an integrated Gulf plan worth $200 billion in total.&nbs...
Mon, 26 October 2015 04:04

Spending Spree

Qatar to spend up to $205 billion by 2018 for infrastructure projects The $205 billion to be spent in the period up to 2018 shows the scale of the financial commitment Qatar is making in providin...
Sun, 03 May 2015 09:09

Right on Track

Qatar’s Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani announced that Qatar would stick with its $200 billion spending despite the plunge in oil prices. Q...
Msheireb Properties hosted a CEO Forum attended by the leading contractors and consultants engaged in Msheireb’s Downtown Doha project. The objective of the forum was to encourage the leaders of...
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