March 2004
Middle East;Mar2004, Issue 343, p26
This article presents business news briefs from Middle East countries as of March 2004. Alfa Lavai wins 8.8m dollar power plant order in Saudi Arabia. Swedish engineering firm Alfa Laval has received an order to the value of approximately 65m Swedish krona from the Saudi National Contracting Co. The equipment purchased is intended for the Saudi Electricity Co.'s PP3 Power Plant expansion project in Jeddah. Bechtel Corp. wins 2.5bn dollar deal to build Doha airport. Qatar has awarded U.S. engineering company Bechtel Corp. a contract to develop the New Doha International Airport, which will cost QR9. The project is being undertaken on behalf of Oman's Ministry of Regional Municipalities, Environment and Water Resources and will the see construction of a sewerage network and the modernization of an existing sewage treatment plant in Ibra.


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