The MEED Projects-CMI Index fell 4.4 per cent in the week to 18 August driven by a 12.4 per cent fall in the value of projects planned and under way in the UAE.
The value of projects in the rest of the region remained unchanged.
The value of projects on hold in Gulf reached $620bn, with the UAE accounting for more than $520bn of this.
The index is now up by only 3.3 per cent on the previous year.
|Value of projects planned or under way in the Gulf|
|Value of projects planned or under way on 18 August 2009 ($m)||Value of projects planned or under way on 11 August 2009 ($m)||Change on week (%)||Value of projects planned or under way on 18 August 2008 ($m)||Change on year (%)||Value of projects on hold on 18 August 2009 ($m)|
|Note: The Gulf index gives the total value of projects in the region over $50m, split by country and taken from the MEED Projects-CMI tracking database.|
|* Full details of all projects in the Gulf are available at http://www.meedprojects-cmi.com/|
|Source: MEED Projects-CMI|
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