A Sagia letter has confirmed Saudi Arabia would announce these projects shortly and would continue to “focus on priority sectors.”
The Iraqi ministry’s plan involves high-speed trains that could travel at 350 km per hour. Three companies, from Turkey, Iran and Romania, have submitted bids.
Algeria and France are to build a large plant to manufacture electric trains and tramways in Algeria. Project will provide a strong impetus to improving Algeria’s rail and land transport system, says the transport minister.
Project will be constructed near the Bahrain International Circuit race track on an area of 104,000 square metres.
Located to the west of International City, off Mohamed Bin Zayed Road, this resort-style project, covers 2.5 million square feet.
The four international firms had submitted technical bids in the Q2 2014, followed by commercial-bid documents in August 2014.
Jubail Phase 3 will be the world's largest water desalination plant, to have a production capacity of 1.5 million m3/d and 3,000mw of electricity.
Palm Gateway comprises three residential towers located on the existing Palm Monorail Gateway terminal in Dubai. The bid submission deadline has been extended by two months to 3 May, from 1 March, 2015.
There are 60 housing projects across the emirate, representing $16.35 billion (60 billion dirhams), Emirates News Agency reported last November.
The design has been modified to incorporate serviced apartments within the commercial tower, says the developer.