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Now that the World Cup in Russia is over, Qatar is speeding up its preparations to host the 2022 World Cup with an infrastructure investment of $100 billion. Along with new stadia, for which $10 billion has already been set aside, it is footing the bill for a series of large infrastructure works. It is investing $4.6 billion to build a new ring road around Doha, and $2.7 billion to construct a new sewage system that will cover the entire southern end of the city. These investments are part of the Qatar National Vision 2030, a state spending plan that call for infrastructure investments to reach a total of 30% of GDP.

    
GLOBAL ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABILITY  31/07/2018
 
QATAR: $100 BILLION ON WORLD CUP INFRASTRUCTURE
 

Mega investments in infrastructure to prepare for the 2022 World Cup

 

    
INSIDE INFRASTRUCTURE  31/07/2018
 
AFRICA NEEDS TO RAISE AN ADDITIONAL $1 TRILLION FOR INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
 

The countries need more funding to meet development goals set by the U.N.

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