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The GCC Powers of Construction 2012

Five lessons to learn from

The publication provides a positive outlook on the construction industry, while including expert views on the opportunities in the region.

“The challenges that Middle East businesses have had to understand, analyze, manage and overcome in the past few years is, quite simply, unprecedented.”

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This publication tackles issues pertaining to the construction industry in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC).

This year’s edition contains a plethora of articles tackling numerous imminent issues pertaining to the construction industry in the Gulf Cooperation Council. The publication provides a positive outlook on the construction industry, while including expert views on the opportunities in the region, how to set up in Saudi Arabia, which is seen to be a key market, as well as expert views on where lessons have been learnt, how we see the market responding to the challenges encountered and the role that public private partnerships will play in the future.

Other major themes that are covered within the publication are: government spending, public infrastructure, going green, urban regeneration, transport infrastructure, affordable housing, IPO readiness in the construction sector, regional restructuring, and capitalizing on build operate transfer contracts.

GCC powers of construction 2012
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