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Old February 22nd, 2008, 02:03 AM   #41
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Al Qudra to develop Abraaj Sana'a in Yemen

Al Qudra to develop Abraaj Sana'a in Yemen: Al Qudra International, the international investment arm of UAE-based Al Qudra Holding, has signed an agreement with the General Investment Authority in Yemen to develop ‘Abraaj Sana’a’ real estate project in Sana’a. Abraaj Sana’a consists of residential and commercial towers, villas, hotel, shopping centre, diplomatic club and a variety of services and innovative facilities with the highest standards of security and safety.

HE Eng. Salah Salem Bin Omeir Al Shamsi, Chairman and Managing Director, Al Qudra Holding, said, “Our decision to develop Abraaj Sana’a project is inline with the determination to develop unique and luxurious projects throughout the world. We chose to invest in Yemen as Al Qudra strongly believes that Yemen’s market has the right and distinctive mix of factors of success within the region”.

According to the agreement, Al Qudra International will commence the processing of the project’s infrastructure such as laying roads, electricity connections, sanitation and other services in association with General Investment Authority. Abraaj Sana’a real estate development includes landscaped green areas, swimming pools, tennis courts, parking spaces and other advanced facilities.
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Old March 9th, 2008, 08:36 PM   #42
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Yemen and Kuwait ink $4.5bn tourism deals

Yemen's state investment agency and two Kuwaiti companies are to sign to sign license agreements in the tourism sector worth $4.5 billion, state news agency Saba said on Sunday.

Kuwait's Ewa'a and Investor would establish tourism cities and resorts on the Red Sea as part of the agreement with the General Authority for Invesment (GAI), Saba said, quoting state-run almotamar.net.

The agreements are due to be signed on Monday at the Movenpick Hotel in the capital Sana'a.

Kuwait's Ambassador to Yemen, Salim Gasab, will attend the signing ceremony with several Yemeni ministers.

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Old April 28th, 2008, 08:34 PM   #43
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One of the best project

Bin Laden's $20bn bridge venture




A member of the Bin Laden family is looking to build a 17-mile bridge linking Yemen and Djibouti on the Horn of Africa in a bid to connect the Middle East and Africa.

According to a British newspaper report today, the bridge - to be known as 'the bridge of the century' - would be the longest in the world, costing £10 billion ($20.6 billion) and boasting highway and rail links.

Sheikh Tarek Mohammed Bin Laden, has outlined his plans to both Yemen and Djibouti, winning support and offers of land from both presidents.

The bridge proposes to link Asia and Africa and would boost trade from both sides of the Red Sea.

Sheikh Tarek, as part of the Saudi-based construction conglomerate Bid Laden Group, is also looking to build a 'luxury city' on the Djibouti coast which would create 100,000 jobs and stretch over 375 square miles, the Sunday Times said.

The proposed bridge - which would take nine years to construct - would have a centre span of 3.1 miles and would allow up to 100,000 cars and 50,000 train passengers to cross per day.

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Old August 3rd, 2008, 01:58 PM   #44
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There is a video on this forum of what they hope Djibouti's new City will be like, but very little news on the Yemeni side.
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Old August 19th, 2008, 08:27 PM   #45
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Hey guys..wish they a general Arabia section for Yemen, Oman and Syria.
Well anyway here is one project I found recently....


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Ethiopia's Al-amoudi building $150 million hotel in Yemen




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Ethiopia born Saudi business tycoon, Sheik Mohammed Al-amoudi is also the chairman of Golden Leaves Hotels and Resorts Ltd, late last month laid a foundation stone for a hotel project in the Aser area of Sana’a, Yemen, estimated to cost 150 million USD.

Sources disclosed to Capital that the hotel that will be established on 150,000 square meters is expected to be completed within three years.

According to information obtained, Sheik Al-amoudi decided to build a hotel after a discussion he held with Yemeni officials at a Conference for Investment Opportunities, held in Sana’a in April 2007.

Al Amoudi owns a wide ranging business portfolio, notable amongst which are oil refineries in Sweden and Morocco, gold mines, agriculture projects and industrial projects. He is also the founder and chairman of MIDROC Ethiopia Group, which owns diversified business sectors in Ethiopia. His hotels portfolio includes properties in Ethiopia, Uganda, Djibouti, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Europe and Yemen where two new hotels are under construction.

In 2008, Forbes magazine ranked Mohammed Al Amoudi as the 77th richest person in the world with a net worth of $9 billion. Mohammed Al Amoudi is Ethiopia’s richest person and the richest black person in the world. In 2006 his net worth was estimated as between $2.5 and $6.9 billion, causing Arabian Business to rank him as the world’s 8th richest Arab, and Forbes to rank him as the world’s 77th richest person. Al Amoudi’s father is Yemeni and his mother is Ethiopian. He immigrated to Saudi Arabia in 1965 and became a Saudi citizen. Depending on disparate ethnic categorizations, and Al Amoudi’s mixed Ethiopian and Yemeni parentage, he is one of the richest Arabs.

Al Amoudi made his fortune in construction and real estate before branching out to buy oil refineries in Sweden and Morocco. He is said to be the largest foreign investor in both Sweden and Ethiopia.
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Old August 20th, 2008, 02:47 AM   #46
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oo yeaa!
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Old May 26th, 2009, 05:09 AM   #47
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prefabricated house for the Yemen project

this is really an amazing building, hope that we can give fully support for the prefabricated house and steel fence for this project!

http://prefab-house.preview.alibaba....fab_House.html

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Old April 26th, 2010, 04:25 AM   #48
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oo yeaa!
what ever happend to this Yemeni, the only other Yemeni here. Too bad i joined the forum too late
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Old August 19th, 2010, 06:47 AM   #49
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AL RAYYAN HILLS, YEMEN

The Al Rayyan Hills Project site is located on a plateau in an exclusive area of Sana’a whose summit is 2350 meters above sea level with a site area of approximately 440,000 square meters. It is approximately 100 meters higher than the surrounding area and has a change of level of approximately 30 meters across the site.
The site is bordered by Beirut Avenue to the South, Hadda Street to the East, Hiseteen Avenue to the North and Nasseam Hameed street to the West.
The Al Rayyan Hills project is a mixed use project comprising Residential Accommodation, a 5 Star Hotel, Retail , Commercial buildings, a Mosque, and Community Center.
Qatar Project Management’s scope of services includes complete Project Management, Design Management, Construction Management and Cost Management Services.

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Old September 11th, 2010, 02:12 PM   #50
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Whats the progress in the development projects in Yemen like, what has been the fate of the previous proposed projects in this thread? Very much like the adaptive style of them. Which other countries of the Middle East have similar architecture? Thank You
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Old August 4th, 2011, 02:22 AM   #51
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IDB loans Yemen $37 million

JEDDAH, July 01 (Saba) - The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) has granted Yemen three loans over $37.5 million to finance three development projects in Sana’a and Baidha’a governorates.

The loan agreements were allocated to contribute to funding a fishery wealth development projects, Sana’a water supply and rural development in Baidha’a governorate.

The agreements were signed by Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Abdul-Karim al-Arhabi and IDB Group head Ahmed Mohammed Ali.

After the singing ceremonies, the IDB official affirmed the Bank’s keenness on keeping on supporting the development projects in Yemen, praising the cooperation level between IDB and Yemen.

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Old November 24th, 2011, 04:26 PM   #52
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Nice info here regarding the projects, are any under con yet or are they still proposals?
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Old November 24th, 2011, 04:27 PM   #53
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Bin Laden's $20bn bridge venture




A member of the Bin Laden family is looking to build a 17-mile bridge linking Yemen and Djibouti on the Horn of Africa in a bid to connect the Middle East and Africa.

According to a British newspaper report today, the bridge - to be known as 'the bridge of the century' - would be the longest in the world, costing £10 billion ($20.6 billion) and boasting highway and rail links.

Sheikh Tarek Mohammed Bin Laden, has outlined his plans to both Yemen and Djibouti, winning support and offers of land from both presidents.

The bridge proposes to link Asia and Africa and would boost trade from both sides of the Red Sea.

Sheikh Tarek, as part of the Saudi-based construction conglomerate Bid Laden Group, is also looking to build a 'luxury city' on the Djibouti coast which would create 100,000 jobs and stretch over 375 square miles, the Sunday Times said.

The proposed bridge - which would take nine years to construct - would have a centre span of 3.1 miles and would allow up to 100,000 cars and 50,000 train passengers to cross per day.

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Dont think this ones gonna happen any time soon, but it would be a good thing if they can cope with the logisctics
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Old December 11th, 2011, 10:07 AM   #54
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Bin Laden's $20bn bridge venture




A member of the Bin Laden family is looking to build a 17-mile bridge linking Yemen and Djibouti on the Horn of Africa in a bid to connect the Middle East and Africa.

According to a British newspaper report today, the bridge - to be known as 'the bridge of the century' - would be the longest in the world, costing £10 billion ($20.6 billion) and boasting highway and rail links.

Sheikh Tarek Mohammed Bin Laden, has outlined his plans to both Yemen and Djibouti, winning support and offers of land from both presidents.

The bridge proposes to link Asia and Africa and would boost trade from both sides of the Red Sea.

Sheikh Tarek, as part of the Saudi-based construction conglomerate Bid Laden Group, is also looking to build a 'luxury city' on the Djibouti coast which would create 100,000 jobs and stretch over 375 square miles, the Sunday Times said.

The proposed bridge - which would take nine years to construct - would have a centre span of 3.1 miles and would allow up to 100,000 cars and 50,000 train passengers to cross per day.

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Bin ladin bridging Somalia and Yemen!!!!! I think there is something fishy here! I imagine they will call it TALIBAN BRIDGE
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Old January 8th, 2012, 04:06 PM   #55
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Old August 28th, 2012, 09:57 PM   #56
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Alrayyan hills





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Old August 28th, 2012, 09:58 PM   #57
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Beautiful project really !!
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Woops i just heard that this project is cancelled ??!
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The Arabs flattened all of it.
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I think u meant the Iranians and their supporters.
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