The Middle East, construction and the law
The construction industry across the Middle East is showing very encouraging signs of sustained recovery from the global economic crisis. As well as increased activity in the private sector, governments across the region are recognising an urgent need for updated social and economic infrastructure in sectors including health, housing, transport, water/wastewater, hospitality and tourism and energy. Against this backdrop, this article briefly considers some of the key legal characteristics of the Middle East construction market.
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