Qatar: Country Trends and Implications for Environmental Industry


  • Research Code : 4I12-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : EN00191-SA-DE_03110
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  • Release Date : 15-Feb-2010
  • Region : South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
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Political stability in Qatar is expected to lend to economic diversification into non-hydrocarbon sectors. A large budget allocation to the non-oil sector is likely to spur growth opportunities for the environmental industry in terms of pollution control equipment, waste management services, recycling and so on. Being a highly robust economy, Qatar has maintained buoyant growth rates coupled with good momentum in their social and technological sectors. The environmental industry is likely to flourish given ample support by the Government, by foreign investors as well as by complementary sectors. Growth opportunities in segments such as equipment, desalination and waste water treatment are extensively discussed in this research service.

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