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Middle East Construction Leaders
MEED Quality Awards for Projects 2013
MEED Yearbook 2013
The most worrying outcome of the political upheaval of the past two years is the widening wealth gap between the region’s oil producers in the Gulf and the large-population, oil-importer markets of North Africa
Abu Dhabi Projects
MBA Executive Guide
Oil & Gas
Doing Business in Kuwait
For many business people, Kuwait is one of the region’s sleeping giants
Offshore Oil & Gas
The region’s oil and gas firms are hungry for new acreage and are investing heavily to find it at sea to meet growing global demand
Doing Business in Saudi Arabia
Welcome to MEED’s guide to doing business in Saudi Arabia. It is almost a decade since MEED first published a business guide to the region’s biggest economy and much has changed.
Middle East Rail Revival
At the turn of the millennium, few could have foreseen the resurgence in rail schemes that the region is witnessing today
Turkey and the Middle East
Turkey has emerged strongly from the global downturn, but growth is expected to settle at a more sustainable level
Middle East Economic Review 2012
The outlook for the regional economy has become more complex
Doing Business in Qatar
As Doha welcomes international contractors and investors, doing business in the country is getting easier, but there is still bureaucracy to be negotiated for those wanting to enter the market and succeed in it.
There are plenty of signs to indicate that the GCC’s long-term prospects outweigh the short-term slump in contract awards
Rail schemes are the main reason for the surge in regional tunnelling activity, but water and road projects are also keeping firms busy
MEED Awards 2012 - National Winners
National winners of the MEED Quality Awards for Projects 2012 will now pass through to the second round of judging
After years of conflict, Baghdad could see investors queuing up for work if it can promise them stability and security
Middle East Electricity 2012
With electricity demand forecast to almost double by 2020 and gas supplies tightening, alternative sources of power need to be explored
Few businesses operating in the Middle East can afford to ignore Qatar
Executive Education Guide 2011
Middle East governments have been prioritising the development of the education sector for several years, ploughing substantial investment into the construction of schools and the modernisation of curriculums
Time and again over the past decade, Qatar has shown through a series of pioneering, world-scale projects its ambition and determination to establish itself as, not just a regional, but also an international leader
Abu Dhabi Projects
Abu Dhabi’s long-term development plan sets out the emirate’s ambitious vision, but its delivery has been hit by global concerns
Rail Supplement 2011
The launch in September of full operations on Saudi Railway Company’s 1,400-kilometre minerals railway comes as the Middle East and North Africa’s rail boom moves into full swing
GCC Power Market Report 2010: Keeping pace with demand
The Gulf’s need to build new power stations remains as pressing as ever. Although the global economic recession of 2008-09 slowed the rateat which electricity demand is growing in the GCC, consumption is still climbing strongly.
Gulf Construction 2010: A regional projects guide
Most people working in the Gulf construction industry will have been glad to see the back of 2009 - a year that saw billions of dollars’ worth of projects put on hold, thousands of workers made redundant and contract payments delayed.