Fifa trial leaves questions over 2022 Qatar World Cup – The Guardian

Fifa The Observer Fifa trial leaves questions over 2022 Qatar World Cup David Conn Allegations of bribery made in a New York court over the 2022 World Cup in Qatar have included the names of disgraced former Fifa grandees such as Jack Warner and Nicolás Leoz Sat 23 Dec 2017 15.00 EST Last modified on Sat 23 Dec 2017 19.35 EST Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via Email View more sharing options Share...

Dubai Expo 2020, Al Wasl Plaza sarà opera di imprese italiane – Formiche.net

Formiche.netDubai Expo 2020, Al Wasl Plaza sarà opera di imprese italianeFormiche.netDi fatto l'Al Wasl Plaza non sarà solo uno snodo, un punto in cui riposare sedendo sull'erba alla frescura dei condizionatori che funzioneranno di continuo per evitare di trasformare la struttura in una serra incandescente sotto il sole del deserto, ma … Read more...

UAE's Miral close to completing Abu Dhabi corniche project

UAE-based developer Miral has announced the development of a new beachfront community space located on Abu Dhabi’s Corniche. Due to open in first quarter of 2018, the A’L BAHAR project will create an 80,000 square metre space for leisure and wellbeing, a statement said. It added that A’L BAHAR will develop an integrated family beach which will include over 20 F&B outlets, basketball and beach...

Key tunnel completed in $2.9bn Abu Dhabi airport project

Abu Dhabi Airports has announced the completion of the Midfield Airside Road Tunnel (MART) that links the new Midfield Terminal Building (MTB) airport terminal with the southside terminals (Terminal 1 and 3) at Abu Dhabi International Airport. The MART tunnel is 1,165 metres long and will provide airside connectivity between the existing terminals and the MTB, which will allow for the passage of passenger...

Monaco signs contract to take part in Dubai Expo 2020 – ArabianBusiness.com

ArabianBusiness.comMonaco signs contract to take part in Dubai Expo 2020ArabianBusiness.comMonaco is the latest participant to formally sign a contract, and more than 160 nations have either publically or privately confirmed they will take part in Expo 2020. Officials said the Monegasque pavilion will express its identity and engage its …and more » Read more...

UAE aluminium giant deal paves way for new chemical complex

Emirates Global Aluminium, the largest industrial company in the UAE outside oil and gas, has signed an agreement which paves the way for the construction of a chemical complex in Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi. The long term supply agreement with Shaheen Chem Investments will bring a big boost to the UAE’s production of caustic soda, an important raw material in industries from petroleum...

UAE developer Azizi says to invest $2.5bn in the UAE in 2018

UAE-based Azizi Developments has announced that it will invest a further AED9.1 billion ($2.5 billion) across its operations in the UAE in 2018, significantly higher than this year. The budget was approved by chairman Mirwais Azizi during the company’s Gala Dinner, the developer said in a statement. He said the budget announcement aims to meet the developer’s commitment to further develop the...

Construction Breaks Ground on Calatrava’s UAE Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai – ArchDaily

ArchDailyConstruction Breaks Ground on Calatrava's UAE Pavilion at Expo 2020 DubaiArchDailyConstruction has begun on one of the centerpiece structures at the upcoming 2020 Dubai Expo, the Santiago Calatrava-designed UAE Pavilion. Inspired by the shape of a flying falcon, the UAE Pavilion covers more than 15,000 square meters and four floors …The UAE breaks ground on iconic pavilion at Expo...

Migrant Workers Systematically Exploited for Qatar 2022 WC … – News18

An Amnesty International survey reveals that a major chunk of the migrant workers helping build Qatar’s stadiums for the 2022 FIFA World Cup are caught in a cycle of debt and exploitation. A handout computer generated image made available on August 24, 2017 by Qatar World Cup’s Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, responsible for organising the global football tournament, shows the...

Migrant Workers Systematically Exploited for Qatar 2022 WC … – News18

An Amnesty International survey reveals that a major chunk of the migrant workers helping build Qatar’s stadiums for the 2022 FIFA World Cup are caught in a cycle of debt and exploitation. A handout computer generated image made available on August 24, 2017 by Qatar World Cup’s Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, responsible for organising the global football tournament, shows the...