20 million visitors are expected to make 33 million trips to the site

  • 75,000 people are expected to travel to the expo on the Dubai Metro every day
  • 75% of the visitors are expected to come from overseas
  • 182 countries are expected to travel to Dubai to participate in Expo 2020
  • 16,000 seats will be available in the Expo Arena - the largest event venue planned
  • 145,780 sq m of restaurants, cafes and other dining areas will be set up
  • 24.6 million overnight hotel bookings will likely be made for Dubai Expo 2020
  • 30,000 volunteers will be required on site and across the UAE during the expo period

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Emaar apartment sales revenue more than triples

Dubai Developer sees decline in sales revenue from villas, commercial units and land

 

By Deena Kamel Yousef, Staff Reporter

 

Published: 17:30 November 18, 2012

 

GCC food import bill to touch $53.1 billion by 2020

The restrictions imposed by agriculture producing countries on the export of food grains have caused an estimated over $50bn over the last four to five years.

 

Due to the controls on food exports, the wheat importing countries must have caused an extra payment of $21.5bn and rice importing countries must have paid at least an additional $19bn after the producing countries imposed restrictions on the exports.

 

$330 million contracts for 7 health projects in Qatar

Qatar’s Public Works Authority ‘Ashghal’ announced that work had started on the construction of seven new healthcare projects with a total value of QR1.2 billion ($330 million).

 

The contracts include the construction of additional operation rooms at Hamad General Hospital, in addition to five healthcare centres at Al Nuaim, Al Muntazah (Rawdat Al Khail), Al Karaana, Al Roda and Al Ghuwairiyah, and the construction of a health and wellness centre in Umm Slal.

 

$494 billion worth projects planned in the UAE

The UAE is planning to carry out projects in construction and other sectors worth around $494 billion, accounting for nearly a third of the total projects planned in the region, according to a Gulf business chief.

Qatar to invest $200bn into construction by 2022

Qatar plans to invest over $200 billion in construction projects by 2022, a recent Deloitte report has found, as the Gulf Arab country gears up to meet the demands of the 2022 World Cup and beyond.

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