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Saudi Arabia is the largest projects markets in the GCC with $52bn contracts awarded in 2012. With the government announcing in the budget that $219bn will be spent on existing and new projects, Saudi Arabia is open for business. Gain insight into the largest projects market in the region through:
It is with great sadness that MEED announces the death of Angus Hindley, MEED Research Director, who passed away suddenly on 22 October, aged 47
Following the overthrow of former leader Muammar Gaddafi last year, votes are being counted for a new national assembly
MEED’s Arabian Power & Water Summit (APWS) is the premier gathering of energy and water decision-makers in the Arab world. To register or download the brochure, visit arabianpowerandwater.com.
A review of the Middle East and North Africa mining sector and assessment of the outlook for what is widely acknowledged as an under-developed industry.
The Middle East is emerging as a significant region for primary aluminium production. In 2008 it produced 2.6 million tonnes of primary aluminium, accounting for around 6.5 per cent of world market share.
Cement supply in the GCC is forecast to outstrip demand this year for the first time since 2005, according to the new MEED Insight report GCC Cement 2009.
Sewage treatment capacity will have to more than double over the next six years, according to new MEED Insight report GCC Wastewater 2009.
The collapse in global commodity prices has cast a shadow over the regional steel industry. Here we present a white paper of MEED Insight’s report, free to registrants.
GCC economies will face sharp contractions in 2009, but a recovery is possible in 2010.
With billions of dollars being invested in real estate and a growing need to rein in spiralling power demand, district cooling has experienced rapid growth in the GCC over the past decade
With record economic and population growth, demand for power and water has never been greater, and GCC utilities are facing the most challenging time in their history.