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- Industry forecast: Construction activity in the Middle East has been booming since the 1990s. We have witnessed heavy investment in the development of better infrastructure and building projects. In particular, the transition and expansion from purely oil-based industry to include service and tourism industries has had a major impact on construction demands. Our research analysts predict that spending in the MENA region in these sectors will exceed $4.3 trillion, most of which will occur in the Middle East. A large portion of this will involve the construction industry. Major upcoming projects include the Dubai World Expo 2020 and the Fifa World Cup 2022 in Qatar, to name a few. We believe that stable economic conditions, and investment in education, tourism and infrastructure are the main reasons for further growth in the construction industry. Major contributions have been fuelled by projects in Saudi Arabia, such as the Makkah Clock Tower. Further, roads and other infrastructure hold a place of importance among the Saudi and Qatari governments, which should guarantee continuing investment in infrastructure-related construction.