Bin Laden group plans huge project
- Wednesday, August 29 - 2007 at 08:23
Middle East Development, a Dubai-based firm controlled by the Saudi bin Laden Group, is obtaining large parcels of land in Yemen, Djibouti and Syria for development, Reuters reported. CEO Oussama Al-Dimashki said the goal is to build city 'fanchises,' whole new cities that would be run by private corporations and businesses rather than governments. He said the projects would cost 'hundreds of billions of dollars.'
- BlackBerry gears up to open first Middle East...
- BlackBerry fans in UAE to be the first...
- Iran plans national fleet expansion
- Gamification hits the Middle East
- Forum International introduces www....
- Twofour54 Briefing Room connects companies with...
Articles in this section are primarily provided directly by the companies appearing or PR agencies which are solely responsible for the content. The companies concerned may use the above content on their respective web sites provided they link back to http://www.ameinfo.com
Any opinions, advice, statements, offers or other information expressed in this section of the AMEinfo.com Web site are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of Mediaquest FZ LLC. Mediaquest FZ LLC is not responsible or liable for the content, accuracy or reliability of any material, advice, opinion or statement in this section of the AMEinfo.com Web site.