The outlook for the projects market in the GCC is as uncertain as it’s ever been with oil prices falling over 50 percent in the past couple of months. This has increased pressure on government finances and has led to review of spending priorities. As a consequence there is huge uncertainty for any businesses operating in the regional projects market.

Gain clarity on the outlook for projects and understand drivers of projects spending activity in each of the GCC markets through MEED’s GCC Projects Market Report 2015. The report provides a comprehensive snapshot of the GCC projects market helping you position your company for the upcoming opportunities and mitigating risk and challenges in the coming months.

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Through this comprehensive report, you benefit from:

  1. Future Project Forecast: Identify key opportunities across all sectors by gaining an understanding of future project spend
  2. Top Contractor and Client Activity Review: Increase your market share by gaining insight into the industry leaders by sector and their current and planned project activity
  3. Market and sector-based executive summaries: Plan your business development strategy by gaining an immediate insight on the market
  4. Government Policy and Strategic Priority: Mitigate risk and identify challenges by understanding the major drivers behind the plans

The report focuses on quantifying the size of the market and the individual sectors that comprise it as well as supplying a forecast for the future direction of the market. It also looks at the recent changes in government in Saudi Arabia and considers how the increased security concerns will shape government spending priorities.

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