Targeting Infrastructure in the Middle East Environment, Conflict, and Law. ... The vulnerability of civilians has increased with the urbanization of war and the critical role that infrastructure plays in sustaining urban areas. ... the recent wars in the Middle East highlight the extent to which local actors and some major states flout the ...
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Jul 20, 2020· Mobile infrastructure in the Middle East has by far the highest population coverage compared to fixed broadband and the region is highly dependent on mobile services.
The Europe, Middle-East and African aviation infrastructure market is expected to register a CAGR of over 4% during the forecast period. The aviation sector remained as one of the best performing sectors for many countries in the EMEA region.
Jul 26, 2018· The growth was mainly due to an increase in transfer traffic cargo. Salalah has a favourable geographic position as the second busiest sea port in the Middle-East and it is expected that by enhanced collaboration with cargo stakeholders to develop sea-air transportation services, airfreight volume will be on growth path in the coming years.
May 18, 2009· Dubai, UAE 09 May 2018: Middle East governments and industries continue to face challenges and pressure to perform and deliver more for less on social and economic infrastructure projects, despite an increase in oil prices compared to 2016.
THE MIDDLE EAST MEGA CITY INFRASTRUCTURE ANNUAL REPORT 2019 01 CONTENTS Contributors: I Contributors 01 I Introduction 02 I Respondents 03 I Findings 04 I Housing and Residential Development 05 I Smart Cities 07 I Port Development 09 I Roads, Bridges and Highways 11 I Clean and Sustainable Cities 13 I Conclusion 15 I The Event 16 Dr. Nasser