Iraq and UAE weigh on projects index

July 2014
MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;7/4/2014, Vol. 58 Issue 27, p38
Trade Publication
The article analyzes the performance of the Gulf Projects Index in the week of July 1, 2014. Topics covered include the decline in the value of the projects sector in the United Arab Emirates, the strong growth in Bahrain's market, the value of projects planned or underway, the tender deadlines for public works projects, and the projects under construction in Iraq, Iran, Gulf Cooperation Council member countries.


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