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Baghdad is keen to move ahead with ambitious plans to increase power generation, but a lack of fuel means completed plants will have to remain idle
Firms from Cyprus and the UAE submit low bids for eight construction packages
Contract to build wastewater plant in Cairo was awarded in October 2013
- Oman prepares to tender next independent water project
- Iraq in negotiations for first independent power projects
- Siemens wins $253m Qatar substation deal
- Securing gas is a priority for Iraq
- Ports key to Iraq’s development
- Gas shortages hamper Basra diversification efforts
- Feedstock will be Iraq power sector’s biggest challenge
Syria’s neighbouring Arab states are gradually losing patience with crackdown on civilians
The progress of planned hotel projects is becoming an increasingly important indicator of hotel performance in the Middle East.
Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed al-Maktoum, president of the Dubai Department of Civil Aviation (DCA), has been awarded the Arabian Hotel Investment Conference (AHIC) outstanding achievement award.