Qatari firms to get 70% of World Cup-related projects
- Qatar: Wednesday, February 20 - 2013 at 06:29
The director general of Qatar Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Remy Rowhani has said that around 70% of 2022 FIFA-related projects will be awarded to local business community, the Peninsula has reported. Asked if the local companies are capable enough to deliver ambitious projects such as Qatar Rail, New Doha Port Project and others, Rowhani said: "It is not a question whether they are capable or not; it is a challenge that they must take. We, as a Chamber, are supporting companies to make sure they are sufficiently qualified to do that."
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