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King of Hearts Saudi's King Salman is clearly a man who demands swift and decisive action.

King of Hearts

King Salman's move to tax undeveloped urban land may just give everyone a chance to own their own castle
 

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In the equipment sector, size isn't everything

In the equipment sector, size isn't everything
James Morgan explains why plenty of manufacturers want a slice of the Middle East market, despite its modest size
 

Signing off on a high

Signing off on a high
The Construction Week GCC Awards was a fitting way to end a year of achievement
 

Flash in the pan

Flash in the pan
The cheapest subcontractor isn't necessarily the lowest cost
 

Reasons to be cheerful

Reasons to be cheerful
There are more reasons to be upbeat rather than fearful about the region's construction market
 

 

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Big numbers

Big numbers

The opportunities being created in Egypt are huge, but unlocking them will not be easy
 

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Bad apples

Bad apples

Troublemakers pose a serious threat to projects and workplace productivity
 
 

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Fuel for thought: the hidden benefits of biodiesel

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Are FM companies full of hot air?

Are FM companies full of hot air?

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Comment: All at sea?

Comment: All at sea?

The fall in oil prices may not be as catastrophic for offshore firms as many predict

Comment: All at sea?

Comment: All at sea?

The fall in oil prices may not be as catastrophic for offshore firms as many predict

King of Hearts

King of Hearts

King Salman's move to tax undeveloped urban land may just give everyone a chance to own their own castle

Comment: All at sea?

Comment: All at sea?

The fall in oil prices may not be as catastrophic for offshore firms as many predict

Comment: All at sea?

Comment: All at sea?

The fall in oil prices may not be as catastrophic for offshore firms as many predict

Big numbers

Big numbers

The opportunities being created in Egypt are huge, but unlocking them will not be easy








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