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Chapter | Construction from The Report: Qatar 2012

With the construction industry expecting several changes in both the short and long term, contractors and developers are anticipating a steady increase in projects in late 2012 and into 2013. While the past two years have been difficult for the sector, with excessive competition driving down prices and limiting the availability of work, underlying growth factors remain strong. Although the...
Massive investments in infrastructure make for an excellent outlook for Qatar’s construction sector. The nation’s rising population, growing economy, increasing diversification and the forthcoming FIFA 2022 World Cup are all contributing factors.
Qatar’s already busy construction industry is about to step up a gear, and it is not just the major undertaking of hosting the 2022 World Cup football tournament that is going to spur growth. A massive state investment programme to expand the nation’s infrastructure and private sector spending on residential and commercial properties are also tipped to build momentum in the sector.

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