Qatar’s ambitious Sharq Crossing Project, the 12-km series of underwater tunnel and bridges connecting key centres of capital Doha, has failed to find its place in the government’s priority list for the 2022 Fifa World Cup, said a re
The infrastructure projects pipeline in Qatar is set to surge this year with the awarding of over $30 billion worth of new deals including the Doha Metro, said a report.
The contracts will come on the back of major project awards
At least 50 football leagues around the world would be adversely affected if the 2022 World Cup in Qatar was held in November and December, the official who originally warned against holding the World Cup there has told Reuters.
England's failed bid to host the 2018 World Cup "was by far the strongest contender", FIFA official Harold Mayne-Nicholls was quoted as saying on Sunday.
"How could England have only got two votes? It was a big
Qatar predicted its economy would grow 7.7 per cent next year, signalling the world's top exporter of liquefied natural gas expects very little disruption to its finances from the oil price plunge which is worrying many energy exporters.
Qatar has unveiled the design of Qatar Foundation Stadium and Health & Wellness Precinct, its fourth stadium in Doha, which will feature innovative cooling technology like all proposed World Cup venues, said a report.
Project Qatar 2015, a leading construction, technology and building materials exhibition, has received an overwhelming response from the exhibitors, six months prior to its opening in capital Doha.
The 12th International Construction Te
The infrastructure investments in Qatar will breach the $200-billion mark by the next decade as additional investments start pouring in from the private sector to complement the government's development drive, said a leading Doha-based contr
A new $1.6-billion hotel and conference/expo centre has been proposed for the upcoming 2022 Fifa World Cup in Doha, Qatar.
The Silver Pearl Hotel calls for a 1,000 plus-room luxury property to be located 1.5 km off shore near Doha. The
Fifa ethics judge Hans-Joachim Eckert and investigator Michael Garcia have met for the first time since their public disagreement and agreed a report into the 2018/2022 World Cups bid process should be further reviewed.