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Ashghal signs contracts for Citizens’ Sub-division Infrastructure Projects worth QR4bn

Ashghal signs contracts for Citizens’ Sub-division Infrastructure Projects worth QR4bn

Ten contracts with a total value of around QR4bn were signed for Infrastructure Development Projects of Citizens’ Sub-Divisions by the Public Works Authority (Ashghal) on Tuesday.

Doha, suburbs witnessing hectic construction activity

Doha, suburbs witnessing hectic construction activity

Central Municipal Council members said projects included roads, lighting works, commercial complexes and outlets, water and sewage networks, and healthcare centres.

Qatar World Cup projects on track, says al-Thawadi

Qatar World Cup projects on track, says al-Thawadi

Al-Thawadi insisted that the illegal blockade of Qatar by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt has had no impact on the massive infrastructure projects that are under way to prepare for the World Cup.

Ashghal seeks more local manufacturers, SMEs for infra projects

Ashghal seeks more local manufacturers, SMEs for infra projects

Public Works Authority (Ashghal) wants more local manufacturers and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to participate in the various infrastructure projects being implemented in the country, an official has said.

Qatar blockade fails to dent infrastructure projects

Qatar blockade fails to dent infrastructure projects

Public Works Authority (Ashghal) president Saad bin Ahmed al-Muhannadi has stressed that the ongoing infrastructure projects in Qatar have not been affected by the challenges arising from the economic blockade imposed on Qatar.

Emir visits Doha Metro project in West Bay

Emir visits Doha Metro project in West Bay

HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani visited the Doha Metro project in West Bay on Thursday to inspect the progress on infrastructure projects in Qatar.

Qatar now a maritime gateway for trade: PM

Qatar now a maritime gateway for trade: PM

Qatar’s private sector has played as significant role in the development of major infrastructure projects such as the new Hamad Port, HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani said.

Remittance flow from Qatar, GCC expected to be steady

Remittance flow from Qatar, GCC expected to be steady

Major infrastructure projects such as those in preparation for the 2022 FIFA World Cup and the Expo 2020 in the UAE can help steady remittance flow from Qatar and other GCC countries, a senior officer of the UAE Exchange Group said.