The USD 130 million luxury property will be a welcome addition to Qatar’s expanding hospitality market.
The farm projects are part of Egypt’s initiatives to attract around USD 2.1 billion investments in the agriculture sector.
Saudi Aramco will provide particulars about the project to local contractors looking to submit their bids.
The new development will further add to the existing supply of landscaped residential properties in Dubai.
A consortium led by a United Kingdom-based oil company has reportedly submitted the lowest bid for the northern Al Ratqa project.
Tendering for the project is expected at the beginning of 2015, an official told Zawya.
The 2,700-meter structure will replace the Floating Bridge across Dubai Creek once it opens in 2018.
Kuwaiti firms have been encouraged to bid for the wastewater treatment facility upgrade.
The highly anticipated project is expected to be completed within 50 months, according to a Bahrain Ministry of Finance official.
The nationwide scheme for Saudi fishermen will encourage local fishing production, according to a ministry official.