Iraq slump weighs on Gulf Projects Index

Abougabal, Hossam
July 2016
MEED Business Review;Jul2016, Vol. 1 Issue 6, p79
Trade Publication
The article discusses decrease in Gulf Projects Index including several countries such as Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar along with property schemes on hold, cancelling of the Transport Ministry's.


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