Kuwait Construction

Driven by an expanding population and a slate of new infrastructure projects expected to enhance economic development and meet growing energy demands, Kuwait’s construction industry is set to grow impressively in 2014. Infrastructure projects in the pipeline will see an influx of public and private spending on road, airport and energy projects, while rising demand for housing and hotels has led to promising opportunities in the hospitality and residential real estate segments. This chapter contains an interview with Riyadh Al Saleh, Chairman & CEO, Kharafi National

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