Qatar Will Stick to Its $200 Billion Global Infrastructure Plans for World Cup

Concerns about a shaky global economy haven’t deterred officials in Quatar, who have high hopes for the World Cup in 2022.  At a finance conference on Sunday, leaders said they still plan to spend heavily on development projects in the run-up to the World Cup in 2022. “We reiterate our commitment to investment infrastructure, health and education,” said Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al-Thani. This post on may give you some ideas on future construction recruiting in the United Arab Emirates.