DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Qatar Construction Industry - The World Cup 2022 and Beyond " report to their offering.
The "Qatar Construction Industry - The World Cup 2022 and Beyond" report provides detailed insights into each of the key sectors of the Qatar construction industry namely, building construction, infrastructure, oil and gas, power and water desalination and industrial sectors along with estimated and forecasted values on the contracts awarded across the industry from 2015 to 2016.
Buoyed by huge government investments, a stable business environment and growing consumer demand, Qatar is the fastest growing construction markets in the GCC region as its National Vision 2030 has outlined investments in the various sectors.
As the fastest-growing economy in the GCC, leading up to 2020, the country forges ahead with one of the worlds' most comprehensive and ambitious economic development and infrastructure programmes, the World Cup 2022 and associated infrastructure. Qatar will not scale back on economic development projects in response to low oil and natural gas prices as government finances remain robust.
Although it will continue expanding through 2016 and 2017, its pace of growth is expected to be slow, with the emphasis moving to completing existing investments rather than starting to build new assets. As a result, opportunities for contractors abound, particularly in the transport, real estate, tourism, education, and healthcare sectors, not to mention the eight multi-billion-dollar stadia being built in preparation for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Key Topics Covered:
Chapter 1. Strategic Overview of the Qatar Construction Industry
Chapter 2. Qatar Oil and Gas Sector Overview
Chapter 3. Qatar Power and Water Desalination Sector Overview
Chapter 4. Qatar Building Construction Sector Overview
Chapter 5. Qatar Infrastructure Sector Overview
Chapter 6. Qatar Industrial Construction Sector Overview
Chapter 7. Future Outlook for Qatar Construction
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