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Egypt after Mubarak

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Project aims to connect 1.5 million Egyptian households to national gas grid

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Dubai Debt

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Agreement marks one of Dubai’s largest asset sales so far

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Qatar World Cup

Observers: Qatar sent a 140-strong delegation to Brazil to learn from its World Cup successes and mistakes

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10 July 2014 | By Mark Watts

Brazil’s World Cup experiences can teach Qatar valuable lessons on how to host its event in 2022

Getting ready: Qatar is preparing to host the 2022 World Cup by airing this year's games in specially built fan zones

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9 July 2014 | By Mark Watts

The biggest challenge in hosting the 2022 Fifa World Cup in Qatar could be catering to thousands of football fans used to a less restrictive environment

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8 October 2013 | By Edmund O'Sullivan

Hotels use 6 per cent of all electricity consumed in UAE, according to Farnek chief executive

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