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Construction Sector in Qatar to 2021: Analysis of Commercial, Industrial, Infrastructure, Institutional and Residential Construction - Research and Markets

Construction Sector in Qatar to 2021: Analysis of Commercial, Industrial, Infrastructure, Institutional and Residential Construction - Research and Markets

10/05/2017

Construction Sector in Qatar to 2021: Analysis of Commercial, Industrial, Infrastructure, Institutional and Residential Construction - Research and Markets

The "Construction sector in Qatar: Analysis of Commercial, Industrial, Infrastructure, Institutional and Residential construction along with trends (2016 - 2021)" report has been added to Research and Markets' offering.

With 2022 FIFA World Cup approaching, the construction sector is experiencing a boom in terms of growth accounting for 10% of the nation's GDP at the end of 2015.

It is believed that the construction sector in Qatar is the largest employer in the country with about 37% of working population involved directly or indirectly.

Hosting of 2022 FIFA World Cup Driving the Sector

The international focus on Qatar has increased in anticipation of the FIFA World Cup, scaling up its investments to deliver the Qatar National Vision 2030. It is estimated that USD 275 billion worth of projects are planned or are underway in Qatar for the World Cup. This sum shall be spent on big projects including hotels, tourism, transport, stadiums, and other infrastructure projects.

An increase in the demand for residential constructions due to the increasing local and foreign population is driving this market.

Restraints and Challenges

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