FIFA 2022 projects to help Qatar's non-hydrocarbon sector grow at 8%
- Qatar: Monday, January 14 - 2013 at 04:26
Standard Chartered Bank has said Qatar's non-hydrocarbon sector is set to grow at 8% in 2013, a faster pace that will be generated by large investment outlays, particularly related to FIFA 2022, Gulf Times has reported. "We are calling for an 8% growth in the non-hydrocarbon sector as large investment outlays, particularly related to FIFA 2022 materialise. The government awarded key FIFA 2022 projects in 2012, which are set to start construction this year," the lender said.
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