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Infrastructure development in Middle East expected to slow

Saturday, 22 November 2008

Falling oil prices could seriously affect construction projects in the Middle East with a review of infrastructure spending likely.

Analysts say that Gulf governments will have to diversify their funding sources and the lower oil price could halt a number of infrastructure projects, particularly in Dubai.

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