UAE lifts Gulf projects index

July 2013
MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;7/5/2013, Vol. 57 Issue 27, p21
The article discusses the value infrastructure and other projects either underway on in the planning stage in the Middle East including among members of the Gulf Cooperation Council as of early July 2013, and presents several related tables of information including a breakdown of project value by country, project updates during the week of July 2, 2013, and a list of tender deadlines in July and August of 2013.


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