Projects drive population rise

September 2013
MEED: Middle East Economic Digest;9/20/2013, Vol. 57 Issue 38, p38
The article looks at demographic trends in Qatar, as of 2013. It says that the country's population is growing rapidly, citing numerous construction projects that are drawing foreign workers, who represent a large majority of the population. Other topics include trends in marriage age, fertility rate, life expectancy, and population densities in the capital city of Doha and elsewhere in the country.


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