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Pact on track to complete White Bay Phase One

Egypt’s Pact Real Estate is currently working on completing the first phase in the development of its first project White Bay in the North Coast, estimated to be worth EGP1.7 billion ($191 million), a report said.

The project is divided into four phases and provides a total of 600 units surrounded by green spaces and open areas, representing about 85 per cent of the total size of White Bay, added the Daily News Egypt report.

The first phase is set to be delivered by summer 2018, it said. Pact has entered into key partnerships with leading companies Cisco, Crystal Lagoons, and Multiples Group for the White Bay project.

Multiples Group will be contracting and financing Phase One and part of Phase Two in White Bay with an estimated EGP325 million through its contracting arm Asass Real Estate Development, the report said.

Crystal Lagoons will develop man-made lagoons with crystal clear waters. The lagoon, which will cover 14,000 sq m, will feature sandy beaches and crystal clear blue water by using the latest technology under an investment valued at EGP50 million, according to the report.

Turkish Airlines resuming flights to Sharm al-Sheikh

Turkish Airlines will resume flights next month to Sharm al-Sheikh, nearly a year after they were suspended following the bombing of a Russian jet which took off from the Egyptian resort, the Turkish embassy in Cairo said on Wednesday.

"Turkish Airlines will be the first of the companies that halted flights after October 31, 2015 to resume activities," the embassy said in a statement. It said the airline would operate four flights a week.

British and Russian governments banned their airlines from flying to Sharm al-Sheikh, a popular winter sun destination, because of concerns about security at the airport after the October 2015 bombing which killed all 224 people on board.

Tourism is a key source of income for Egypt but the number of tourists fell 40 percent in the first quarter of 2016.

It is also one of the main sources of foreign currency reserves - which have more than halved since 2011, to reach $15.536 billion in July - in a country that heavily depends on imports.

Egypt's efforts to revive its tourism industry suffered a fresh blow in May when an EgyptAir plane crashed into the Mediterranean, killing all 66 people on board. The cause of the crash is still unknown. - Reuters

STurkey's Tekfen wins $2.1bn Qatar expressway project

Tekfen Construction, a unit of Turkey's Tekfen Holding, has signed a pre-agreement with Qatar's Ministry of Municipality and Environment for the construction of the Al Khor Expressway project, a report said.

The $2.1-billion project aims to build a 34-km-long highway with 10 lanes along with viaducts, road junctions, overpasses and underpasses, the company was quoted as saying by Anadolu Agency.

The project is expected to be completed in 36 months.

Speaking at the signing ceremony of the agreement in Ankara, Turkish Transport, Maritime and Communications Minister Ahmet Arslan said that the number of projects undertaken by Turkish contractors in Qatar reached 119, amounting to a $15 billion in value.

Tekfen, a Turkish conglomerate based in Istanbul, is engaged in a diverse range of construction activities including power generation, airports, petroleum, roadways, infrastructure projects, and building complexes.

Qatar’s Hamad Airport to charge new exit tax on passengers

Passengers flying out of Qatar will soon be required to pay an additional QR35 “departure charge,” airport operator Qatar Airways has told travel agents.

In a circular distributed last week, agencies were advised that Hamad International Airport will introduce a new Passenger Facility Charge for tickets issued on or after Aug. 30, and for any travel starting Dec. 1 onwards.

The fee will automatically be added to an individual’s plane ticket price and also applies to transit passengers who fly into and out of HIA within 24 hours.

Qatar Airways did not respond to repeated requests for comment on the subject.

However, on Sunday evening HIA issued a statement confirming the new fee. It added that infants under the age of two years old without a seat would not be charged.

Transit passengers who do not require an aircraft change and those who are involuntary rerouted are also exempt.

The airport added:

“The charge is in line with ICAO principles to support the development of world leading airports such as HIA to further increase the airport’s capacity and invest in new infrastructure and state-of-the-art technology to deliver world-class facilities for passengers.”

Revenue raiser

The new charge comes as the government curbs spending and seeks out new revenue streams amid falling oil prices.

It also follows Dubai’s decision to roll out a similar exit tax earlier this year.

In March, UAE officials announced that money collected from the new fee would improve Dubai’s airport infrastructure and capacity.

Several other countries also charge exit taxes, including Australia, Germany, China and the UK.

Two hotels to be built at Kuwait's Avenues Mall

Two new hotels are being built as part of the $900-million fourth phase expansion of The Avenues Mall, a top retail destination in Kuwait City.

The hotels will be operated by international hotel chain Hilton. Kuwait's Al-Rai Real Estate Company, owned by Mabanee, and Hilton have signed an agreement in this regard.

Conrad Hotels & Resorts, Hilton’s smart luxury hotel brand, and midscale Hilton Garden Inn open their doors to guests in early 2019 at the mall.

Rudi Jagersbacher, president, Middle East, Africa and Turkey for Hilton Worldwide, said: “We’re delighted to be working with Al-Rai as part of the fourth phase expansion of The Avenues. With its number of shopping outlets set to increase by nearly 50 per cent, demand for accommodation at a site which already attracts millions of visitors every year is set to increase substantially.

"Our Conrad and Hilton Garden Inn brands will enable us to cater for guests seeking either smart luxury or affordable accommodations during their stay,” Jagersbacher said.

Both hotels will be managed by Hilton Worldwide and will be located on opposite sides of the mall.

The complex itself is located off Kuwait’s Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan Road (Fifth Ring Road), allowing ease of access to junctions connecting to both Kuwait International Airport and Kuwait City.

Mohammad Alshaya, chairman of Mabanee, said: “In planning the fourth phase of the expansion of this immense project, one of the most exciting additions, we are providing the ability for visitors to stay inside Avenues itself.

He added: “Having hotels as part of The Avenues development will enhance the quality of the experience and the service we provide to our visitors. This will in turn support internal tourism and also place Kuwait on the regional tourism map. We have seen increasing numbers of visitors from abroad, in particular from the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council, and this is a strong indication of the revival of tourism in the country.”

Waleed Alsharian, chief executive officer, Mabanee, said: “We believe Hilton is the ideal partner to provide accommodation to match the expectations of our luxury shoppers while also providing more affordable alternative as we continue to diversify our retail and entertainment offering.”

Conrad Kuwait: This 158-guestroom luxury property will form part of the extension of the mall’s popular Prestige district, which opened in 2012. The district forms Kuwait’s largest luxury shopping destination, home to 47 luxury retail units under a 23-m dome. The hotel will feature a ballroom, multiple dining options, and an outdoor pool and spa. The hotel’s design concept will complement the Prestige district’s use of copper and rare Portoro stone, imported from the mountains of Italy.

Hilton Garden Inn Kuwait: Adjoining two of the new districts being created under the fourth phase expansion, this hotel will become Hilton's largest hotel in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa region. Boasting 430 guestrooms in an imposing tower structure at the northern end of the mall, the main entrance of the property will be located in ‘The Forum’ which will provide a central meeting point within the mall.

The property will also border the new Electra district set to create a vibrant international atmosphere inspired by the bright lights and high technology of cities such as Tokyo and Hong Kong. – TradeArabia News Service

New law in Kuwait bans expats from returning within two years of exit

Kuwait's Interior Ministry has reinstated a law that bans expats who leave the country from returning within two years.

The law applies to expats who worked as company representatives or drivers, reported Kuwait Times.

The ministry's move came after it discovered that several foreign workers had tricked employers into hiring them as firm representative or drivers in order to obtain a driving licence.

Officials discovered that the expats would then leave Kuwait only to come back shortly after to apply for a job with another country, all the while maintaining their licence.

Kuwait to lay off 400 expat teachers to replace them with nationals

Kuwait’s Ministry of Education has revealed it will release 400 expat teachers to replace them with nationals by next year.

The ministry had prepared lists containing the names of the teachers and said they ‘can be released’ by the end of the upcoming school year, sources from the ministry told local media.

The move is part of the ministry’s plan to replace expat teachers with Kuwaitis by 25 percent in subjects such as computer, science, and social studies.

The teachers have not yet been notified of the decision and will likely only find out in October this year.

Sakr Real Estate launches Smart Valley

Lebanon’s Sakr Real Estate has unveiled its unique project named The Smart Valley at a two-day event in Beirut.

The event hosted a large number of celebrities, public figures and clients and took place at Admir, the company's major residential project that will be delivered starting end-2017 and will be part of the Smart Valley.

The Smart Valley is expected to revolutionise the real estate sector through its trailblazing concept that is based on three pillars: Smart Environment, Smart Infrastructure, and Smart Living, the company said.

The development excels in the areas of: mobility, environment, living, and connectivity. This project will incorporate Admir, Mont Mema, the Wellness Center Vivaly, in addition to a smart commercial hub that will service its residents, it said.

Sakr Sakr, president of Sakr Holding, said: “We are redefining the concept of living in Lebanon where human happiness prevails in a place that is fully integrated to serve its residents’ daily needs. Our ultimate goal and objective revolves around human ambitions and aspirations, around their happiness by living the smart life.”

As part of the event, invitees had the chance to tour the Admir project and discover its advantages as well as its high quality finishing. – TradeArabia News Service

Majid Al Futtaim to expand City Centre Ajman

Majid Al Futtaim, a leading shopping mall, retail and leisure developer, today announced a comprehensive redevelopment of City Centre Ajman that will see the mall almost double in size, from 29,000 sq m to 52,000 sq m.

With an estimated cost of Dh600 million ($163 million), the expanded City Centre Ajman will feature 150 retail and dining outlets, as well as an expanded VOX Cinemas with innovative 4DX screens and specially-designed children’s theatres, a statement said.

The mall’s expansion is expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2017, followed by an additional refurbishment and redemising of the existing mall.

“Creating several hundred new jobs, City Centre Ajman’s redevelopment is a significant component of Majid Al Futtaim’s recent commitment to invest a further Dh30 billion ($8.16 billion) in the UAE by the end of 2026, bringing the company’s total UAE investment to Dh48 billion ($13 billion).

Complementing the mall’s expansion is the creation of 500 new jobs, the Al Zahia master-planned community and super-regional mall in nearby Sharjah, as well as the redevelopment of City Centre Sharjah – highlighting the depth of Majid Al Futtaim’s commitment to the UAE’s Northern Emirates, the statement said.

Since its opening in 1998, City Centre Ajman has matured into the emirate’s primary shopping and entertainment destination, and to address customers’ increased interest in family dining, the mall’s expansion will include 10 diverse new food and beverage outlets with both al fresco and indoor seating.

“The UAE’s Northern Emirates are a key growth area for Majid Al Futtaim, enabling us to deliver an entirely new set of retail, dining, leisure, and entertainment experiences to both residents and overseas visitors,” said Kim McInnes, chief executive officer - shopping malls at Majid Al Futtaim - Properties.

“As Ajman’s population increases and a growing number of tourists visit this part of the country, the redevelopment of City Centre Ajman will deliver the highest standard of design and diversity of choice while contributing significantly to the emirate’s economic and employment landscapes.”

City Centre Ajman’s expanded design will be contemporary, spacious, and able to accommodate the growth in residents and tourists anticipated by the government’s 2021 vision, which focuses on infrastructure development.

In line with Majid Al Futtaim’s sustainability strategy, the mall’s public facilities will be significantly enhanced, with additional prayer rooms and restrooms incorporating water-saving fittings, and LED (light emitting diode) lights installed throughout the mall, the statement added. - TradeArabia News Service

3,700 construction projects under way in Dubai

More than 3,700 projects worth around $400 billion are currently ongoing in Dubai, UAE, according to a new report.

A large number of these projects, with an estimated value of over $100 billion, are in advanced stages of construction, said the BNC’s “Dubai Construction Market 2016” study, according to an Infrabuddy report.

The study was commissioned by The Big 5, the largest construction industry event in the Middle East.

However, approximately 21 per cent of them of the projects are on hold, the report said.

Commercial and residential units, education, health care and hospitality buildings, leisure and recreation facilities, religious buildings, retail facilities and mixed-use urban developments make up approximately 77 per cent of all projects in Dubai, with a value amounting to almost $320 billion.

“A growing population, the tourism sector, strategic government investments like the Dubai Plan 2021 and the Dubai Expo 2020 are fuelling the local construction industry,” Josine Heijmans, event director of The Big 5, said.

The report estimated that the total spend on infrastructure projects related to Dubai Expo 2020 might reach up to $18 billion, with estimated development costs of the Dubai South area between $8.1 billion and $8.7 billion.

“Taking place at the Dubai World Trade Centre from 21 to 24 November, The Big 5 2016 is expected to host over 3,000 exhibitors, attracting approximately 75,000 visitors.

The 2016 edition of The Big 5 will welcome attendees with a brand new floor plan, said organisers, dmg events Middle East, Asia and Africa.

“The new layout with dedicated product sectors will make it easier for visitors to navigate the show and find the products they are looking for,” said Heijmans.

Dubai gets a taste of the tropics with an indoor rainforest

Dubai will get a taste of the tropics with the Dubai-based Meraas opening the region’s only standalone educational and recreational bio-dome, featuring over 3,000 stunning plants and animals.

The Green Planet, situated at City Walk, will host a striking variety of species, recreating a lush tropical forest for visitors to immerse themselves in.

The facility also mimics the habitat to the point of regulating the temperature and humidity levels of the venue so that visitors can not only see what life is like in such an ecosystem, but can also have a vivid first-hand experience.

Upon entering the origami style glass building, visitors are greeted at the ‘Flooded Forest’ for a first look of the extraordinary forest floor, complete with a giant aquarium filled with species such as arapaima, arowana and graceful stingrays.

Visitors are then guided to the top of the bio-dome where they are presented with a magical panoramic view of the largest indoor, man-made and life-sustaining tree in the world.

As visitors slowly descend through the bio-dome, via a winding path alongside its periphery, they will have unique encounters with exotic and tropical animals.

From magestic South American toucans and crocodile lizards to pre-hensile tailed porcupines.

“Commenting on the opening, Jean-Marc Bled, General Manager, Leisure & Entertainment at Meraas said: “The Green Planet was created with an aim to transport family and friends into the very heart of a tropical forest and give them a striking glimpse of the inner workings of such an ecosystem.

"By creating such a unique and immersive experience, we hope to showcase science in action and instill a sense of appreciation amongst visitors so that we can understand our eco system better in order to preserve it.”

Head architect of The Green Planet, Brad McTavish said: “The whole building was designed from a simple story about recreating a tropical forest within Dubai. We gathered and worked very closely with zoologists, aquarium specialists, and sophisticated mechanical and structural engineers to pool together our expertise to create the perfect habitat for the species at The Green Planet.

"What we have fashioned is a majestic living machine that sustains life and is easily accessible to all."

Horticulturist Rob Halpern added: “The Green Planet is an ecology museum, and we want visitors to both have a good time, see something beautiful, but also learn something important about nature, and the way nature works.

"There is a great deal of life, a great deal of diversity, and that’s why this ecology museum in Dubai centres on the tropical forest as it is to best tell the story of an ecosystem.”

According to the Dubai-based holding company, the facility is operated by a team of trained professionals from the ZoOceanarium Group, a specialised company with over 20 years of experience in developing and operating the next generation of aquarium and zoological facilities.

The group has been involved with The Green Planet since its conceptualisation through to animal acquisition, animal care and daily operations of the facility, making sure no efforts were spared to ensure operations are in strict accordance with the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA).

The Green Planet will also offer a total of 15 educational programmes across five topics and three age groups (3–6 years, 7–11 years and 12–14 years), that are inspired by the learning objectives of the Ministry of Education.

The highly engaging programmes have been introduced to instill responsibility and a collective awareness of the environment among students.

The Green Planet will be open from 10am daily.

Rental returns stay strong in Dubai, Abu Dhabi

Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the UAE's leading property markets, continue to be safe havens for global realty investors despite a downward trend in prices, says a report.

Though rents have seen periodic adjustments, the UAE’s unique selling propositions such as a highly smart, diversifying economy, security of investment and the great promise of Expo 2020 will keep the real estate and its allied sectors thriving in the months to come, said the report from Bayut.com, one of UAE top property portals.

With average yields in July recording 5.6 per cent in Dubai and an attractive 7 per cent in Abu Dhabi, ample interest from genuine investors remained in the markets.

Investment in Dubai’s real estate sector in the first half of the year crossed Dh57 billion ($15.51 billion), and there was encouraging news coming out of Sharjah’s realty market as well - the city pulling in investment worth Dh12.1 billion ($3.29 billion) in the first six months of the year.

The real estate market in Abu Dhabi, as always, continued to lure investors with high rental returns on investment and a great promise of capital value appreciation, the report said.


In July 2016, Dubai’s real estate market remained strong with rental yields going as high as 6.5 per cent in select apartment categories. Overall, however, apartment rents were seen becoming more and more affordable with a total downward adjustment in July of 2 per cent. Average yield across all bed categories was recorded at 5.6 per cent.

The average rent for studio apartments in Dubai remained stable at Dh57,000 ($15,518) compared to the average studio rents in H1 2016. However, the average came down 6 per cent in a year-on-year analysis with July 2015.

The units returned an average rental yield of 6.3 per cent in July 2016, with the average rent for one-bed units recorded at Dh92,000 ($25,047) and rental yield hovering close to the 6.5 per cent mark. The average rent was 7 per cent less in July 2016 than the average rent in H1 2016.

Two-bed apartments fetched owners Dh145,000 ($39,476) in July after a downward adjustment of 3 per cent. However, rental yield remained attractive at 6 per cent. Commanding Dh206,000 ($56,083), average rent of three-bed units remained stable when compared with H1 2016 values, and the rental yield was 5.4 per cent in July 2016.

The largest apartments, the 4+ bed category, returned an average annual rent of Dh304,000 ($82,763) in July 2016, exhibiting a 2 per cent drop in value from H1 2016. Average yield for these units was recorded at 4 per cent.

Top localities for renting apartments in Dubai (July 2016): 1. Dubai Marina; 2. Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT); 3. Downtown Dubai; 4. Bur Dubai; and 5. Dubai Silicon Oasis.

Top localities for buying apartments in Dubai: 1. Dubai Marina; 2. Jumeirah Lakes Towers (JLT); 3. Downtown Dubai; 4. Palm Jumeirah; and 5. Business Bay.


For the month of July, the average apartment rent in the UAE capital was recorded at Dh126,000 ($34,303) per annum, a 6 per cent downward adjustment from the average rent recorded in the same period in 2015. Still, the average rental return remained at an attractive 7 per cent in July 2016, creating ample interest from genuine investors.

Compared to values calculated in July 2015, the average studio rent in Abu Dhabi dropped 5 per cent to Dh56,000 ($15,246) in July 2016, while rental values of one-bed apartments adjusted downwards by 6 per cent to Dh91,000 ($24,774). Two-bed and three-bed apartment rents fell to Dh129,000 ($35,120) and Dh172,000 ($46,826), respectively, registering decreases of 4 per cent and 5 per cent. The average rent of 4+ bed apartments also came down by 4 per cent to Dh247,000 ($67,245) on average in July 2016.

However, the drops in rental values were neutralised by the impressive yields (7 per cent on average) that the units in the capital offered. Studio apartments topped the yields chart by returning 7.4 per cent in July 2016, while one-bed and two-bed apartments returned yields of 7.3 per cent and 6.9 per cent, respectively. The average rental yield of three-bed apartments rose to 6.3 per cent, while the 4+ bed category returned an encouraging 5.5 per cent in rental yield during July 2016.

Top localities for renting apartments in Abu Dhabi (July 2016): 1. Al Reem Island; 2. Al Raha Beach; 3. Khalifa City A; 4. Al Muroor; and 5. Al Khalidiyah

Top localities for buying in apartments Abu Dhabi: 1. Al Reem Island; 2. Al Raha Beach; 3. Al Reef; 4. Saadiyat Island; and 5. Al Ghadeer - TradeArabia News Service

Bahrain to sign $395m housing projects

Bahrain will today (August 23) sign contracts to carry out housing projects worth more than $395 million funded by the Gulf Development Programme.

The signing will take place under the patronage of Deputy Prime Minister and head of the ministerial committee for construction and infrastructure Shaikh Khalid bin Abdullah Al Khalifa, a BNA report said.

Seven contracts will be concluded by the Housing Ministry, represented by Housing Minister Bassim bin Yaqoob Al Hamar, and Bahraini, Kuwaiti, Emirati and international contracting companies.

The signing ceremony, at the Four Seasons Hotel Bahrain Bay, will be attended by representatives from Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD), the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development ((KFAED), ministers, senior officials and invitees.

Al Hamar said the $293 million Kuwait-funded projects will include 1,247 housing units in East Hidd and the construction of another 1,645 housing units and implementing infrastructure work in Hidd.

Meanwhile, three contracts will be signed to carry out housing and infrastructure projects worth more than $102 million funded by the UAE.

The Housing Minister praised the Gulf Development Programme and its role in fast-tracking projects and reducing the waiting period for housing, in line with the Royal order to provide 40,000 homes for citizens by implementing housing projects nationwide.

Road accidents in Bahrain drop 20% following 'smart' cameras launch

Road accidents in Bahrain dropped 20 percent starting on July 1 compared with the same month in 2015 following the instalment of traffic cameras as part of the directorate’s plan to enhance road safety, revealed the Traffic Directorate.

It said the move came in line with its plan to privatise the processing of minor traffic accidents and technical inspection of vehicles in order to ease workload on the departments, reported Gulf Daily News.

“A new office will be opened at the security complex in Muharraq to provide all traffic services that are provided at the department’s headquarters. Work is also in progress to open two similar new offices in Sitra Mall and Saar.To ease the workload on the technical inspection section, the department will open a new office in the Southern Governorate, near Alba, at the start of 2017,” said acting general director Colonel Abdulrahman Al Khalifa.

Al Khalifa added that the number applications processed last month reached 200,000 – of which the daily average amounted to 8,000.

He said the directorate will increase the deployment of traffic patrols on roads, especially those with high accident rates

The official also warned against illegal car racing and said those who practice it will face maximum penalties of six months in jail and a BD500 fine according to a new traffic law introduced last year.

“Reckless driving and car stunt activities on public roads are punished with five penalty points for each driver, according to the rules of the point system. The points are doubled for new drivers who had licences issued for less than one year. The law allows the withdrawal of licence of a driver between 30 to 60 days for holding illegal car races and being involved in car stunt activities,” he said.

He explained that if offences are repeated within six months, the driver’s licence will be withdrawn for 90 days and for a year the third time.

KLM to resume service to Tehran from Oct 30

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will resume service to the Iranian capital of Tehran from October 30, the airline said.

Tehran will be the 14th new destination KLM has added to its network in 2016.

Four weekly services will be operated between Schiphol and Tehran, supplementing the Paris-Tehran service operated by Air France since April 16, 2016, it said.

“KLM has further strengthened its network with a new destination – the 14th to be added this year. This confirms that our strategy is starting to bear fruit. On the one hand we are improving our efficiency and productivity, while on the other we are investing in growth,” said Pieter Elbers, KLM president and CEO.

The flights will be operated with a Boeing 777-200. KLM will meet passenger needs by offering three different travel classes on board: 34 seats in World Business Class, 40 seats in Economy Comfort, and 242 seats in Economy Class.

The Economy Comfort seats offer 10 cm more legroom and have double the recline of standard Economy Class seats. Economy Comfort passengers are also given priority when disembarking.

In the past, KLM operated service to Tehran from July 1991 through April 2013.

Including the new flights to Tehran, KLM now offer 37 flights to nine destinations in the Middle East. - TradeArabia News Service

Saudi Arabia to build new bridges to Bahrain, Qatar

Two bridges connecting Saudi Arabia with Bahrain and Qatar via Al Ahsa are expected to be built in the near future, local media have reported.

A proposed 40 kilometre-long bridge between Al Ahsa and Bahrain would be located around 100km away from the King Fahd Causeway and 380km from Riyadh, according to Arab News.

Meanwhile, another bridge linked Al Ahsa with Qatar would be 25km long and be around 70km away from the proposed Bahrain bridge and 425km away from Riyadh.

Adel bin Mohammad Al-Malham, secretary of Al Ahsa region, was quoted as saying the bridge plans have been set out in a working paper highlighting opportunities for increased transport collaboration between Saudi Arabia and the rest of the GCC.

Last year, Arabian Business reported that plans for a second causeway linking Bahrain with Saudi Arabia, in addition to the existing 25km King Fahd causeway, were under development, with a feasibility study said to have been completed last September.

The second causeway would comprise a new road and rail link between the kingdom and Bahrain – and potentially connect to the proposed GCC rail network scheduled for completion in 2018, revealed Kamal Bin Ahmed, Bahrain’s minister of transportation and telecommunications.

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