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Qatar World Cup 2022

Doha’s successful bid to host the 2022 Fifa football World Cup will trigger a huge investment programme as the Gulf state seeks to build stadium and associated infrastructure projects, such as the Doha Metro.

Qatar Special Reports

Qatar must diversify projects pipeline

Qatar: Must diversify projects pipeline Subscription Required

27 April 2015

Qatar’s economy is booming right now, but this is only on the back of the Fifa 2022 World Cup and the country’s ample reserves of gas

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    World Cup latest

    Qatar says final draft of labour law will be ready this year

    Pakistan to ship 200,000 workers to Qatar ahead of 2022 World Cup Subscription Required

    23 July 2015 | By Wil Crisp

    Initiative comes amid criticism of Qatar’s failure to improve worker rights

    US senate to discuss Qatar corruption charges

    US senate to discuss Qatar corruption charges Subscription Required

    16 July 2015 | By Wil Crisp

    Commerce subcommittee to ask questions about awarding of 2022 Fifa World Cup

    Doha in Qatar

    Former Qatari prime minister invests €1bn in Spanish retailer Subscription Required

    14 July 2015 | By Wil Crisp

    Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim acquires a 10 per cent stake in Spain’s biggest retailer

    Sepp Blatter, president of global footballing body Fifa

    Fifa chief says European leaders influenced World Cup votes Subscription Required

    6 July 2015 | By Wil Crisp

    Sepp Blatter says Fifa should not be blamed for Qatar being named host of the 2022 competition

    Qatar 2022 football World Cup faces its first legal challenge

    Qatar World Cup faces legal challenge from Spain Subscription Required

    30 June 2015 | By Wil Crisp

    Spanish football league says winter tournament will cost it $72m

    Qatar World Cup

    Worries in Doha about losing World Cup Subscription Required

    9 June 2015 | By Colin Foreman

    Decision making on projects is expected to slow down

    Qatar has hit back at suggestions that it may lose the rights to host the 2022 World Cup after Sepp Blatter announced his decision to step down as Fifa president

    Qatar hits back at suggestions it might lose World Cup Subscription Required

    3 June 2015 | By Colin Foreman

    England FA chairman has suggested future tournaments may be rebid

    Market

    Qatar stocks fall on World Cup worries Subscription Required

    3 June 2015 | By Philippa Wilkinson

    Real estate stocks worst hit

    Qatar World Cup - Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, Igor Shuvalov and Joseph Blatter

    Blatter stepping down raises new doubts on Qatar World Cup Subscription Required

    3 June 2015 | By Colin Foreman

    Investigations, reform and presidential elections could result in event being rebid

    Al-Wakrah stadium

    Contractors submit bids for Qatar World Cup stadium Subscription Required

    25 May 2015 | By Colin Foreman

    Enabling works on the 45,000-seat stadium started in 2014

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    Analysis

    Wil Crisp

    Qatari investment in Spain may help to combat World Cup opposition Subscription Required

    14 July 2015 | By Wil Crisp

    Sheikh Hamad’s €1bn investment comes amid a Spanish legal attack on the 2022 World Cup

    Buying Formula One may prove a costly mistake for Qatar

    Buying Formula One may prove a costly mistake for Qatar Subscription Required

    25 June 2015 | By Wil Crisp

    Gulf state is unlikely to be able to handle the increased scrutiny a deal will bring

    Colin Foreman

    Time favours Russia, but not Qatar Subscription Required

    3 June 2015 | By Colin Foreman

    A rebid held in 2017 would give new host enough time to prepare for 2022

    Wil Crisp

    Doha’s reputation mismanagement Subscription Required

    2 June 2015 | By Wil Crisp

    Real change is needed to win over Qatar’s critics ahead of the 2022 World Cup

    Cleaner reputation: Doha needs to demonstrate it is taking issues such as worker abuse seriously

    Qatar's image problem Subscription Required

    2 June 2015 | By Wil Crisp

    Repairing Qatar’s battered reputation needs more than just spin doctors

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    Qatar Transport Conference 2015

    14-16 September | Moving forward: Providing business opportunities and stimulating Qatar’s transport sector

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    Qatar says final draft of labour law will be ready this year

    Pakistan to ship 200,000 workers to Qatar ahead of 2022 World Cup Subscription Required

    23 July 2015 | By Wil Crisp

    Initiative comes amid criticism of Qatar’s failure to improve worker rights

    Research Report

    The Qatar Projects Report 2011-22

    13 March 2011

    A comprehensive guide for all those seeking opportunities in one of the world’s fastest-growing economies.

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