The growing demand for plastics, printing and packaging products in Saudi Arabia's Western Region will be the focus of two exhibitions which will run concurrently in Jeddah next year.
Saudi Plast & Petrochem, the 12th inte
Kuwait plans to establish public - private partnership (PPP) projects worth KD8 billion ($28.17 billion) under the new five-year development plan announced recently.
The Kuwait Development Plan (KDP) for 2015-2020 will also focus
GE will underline the importance of public private partnerships (PPPs) to steer sustainable energy projects at the ongoing sixth annual Conference of the Arab Forum for Environment & Development (AFED) in Sharjah.
GE will also
Jordan's Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) has received the Gold recognition as Best Emerging Market Infrastructure Project for Europe, Central Asia, Mena in Emerging Partnerships.
Co-released by the International Financ
The IT services sector of Gulf States will see a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6 to 10 per cent through 2015, with Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Kuwait leading the growth, said a report.
The Saudi IT market value is expected to reach $
Bahrain’s Housing Ministry has signed a landmark BD208 million ($551.6 million) Public Private Partnership (PPP) agreement with real estate company Nassej to build more than 4,000 affordable homes within three years.
The deal is
Qatar replaced Luxembourg as the world's richest country with the highest purchasing power parity (PPP)-based per capita GDP of $81,466, according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) figures.
Qatar's figure was almost double that
Bahrain received a financial boost with the signing yesterday of the loan documents on the $300 million Muharraq sewerage waste treatment project which is being implemented under a public private partnership (PPP).
The financing of major infrastructure projects such as roads and railways is likely to be driven in future by increased use of public-private partnerships, said the organisers of an upcoming construction event in Abu Dhabi.
CityBuild Abu D
Key officials in Thailand's ruling coalition huddled behind closed doors on Saturday to agree a replacement for Samak Sundaravej, who withdrew his bid for a new term as prime minister in face of an internal party revolt.
Samak's People Pow