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Major infrastructural development activities, together with increasing worker numbers in the country by the day, have led to opening of more eateries across Doha, which even remain open round-the-clock, said a recent report.
The Public Works Authority in Qatar (Ashghal) has announced major development works at Al Wakra and Mesaieed areas in the south of the country over the next three years, worth a total of QR10billion, a report said.
About 55 new parks will come up in various municipalities in Doha, in the near future, with the public parks department implementing a brief plan to create green spaces in various areas, announced Mohammed Ali al Khouri, the Director of Public Parks Department at the Ministry and Urban Planning (MMUP).
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24/12/2014 - In an initiative aimed at improving traffic flow to Hamad International Airport (HIA), and several other locations in Doha, Ashghal has announced the opening of F-Ring Road to traffic.
24/12/2014 - The office and residential markets in Qatar continued to remain strong during the third quarter of 2014 in Qatar.
Qatar is all set to spend $182bn over the next five years on infrastructure, after having completion a total of 9,213 projects worth QR80bn last year.
11/11/2014 - Job Qatarisation has been found to be lowest in private tourism sector of Qatar, due to certain factors like tradition, culture and low salaries.
8/10/2014 - While Qatar continues to move at a steady pace in its infrastructure preparations related to FIFA World Cup 2022, construction and real estate investments continue to grow at a steady pace too, says an official at the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC).
23/9/2014 - Qatar is the second-most attractive market in the world for investment in infrastructure, says EC Harris, a global built asset consultancy firm.
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