Global IT firms seek share of regional $10bn airport investment

August 2004
Middle East;Aug/Sep2004, Issue 348, p37
Infrastructure spending at the UAE's flagship airports of Abu Dhabi and Dubai is set to hit nearly $3bn, as preparations for the next generation of air travel gets well underway.


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