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Old June 30th, 2010, 01:42 PM   #1101
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and without this industry nothing can be move or fly there.
Don't know.. 'Cause here in France, the nuclear energy provides 85%+ of what we need !!! (we call that: "Indépendance énergétique")

Anyway, our Gas comes from Russia (+ a part from our overseas territories) !!!


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Old June 30th, 2010, 01:48 PM   #1102
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Don't know.. 'Cause here in France, the nuclear energy provides 85%+ of what we need !!! (we call that: "Indépendance énergétique")

Anyway, our Gas comes from Russia (+ a part from our overseas territories) !!!
Your not contributing to this thread + your promoting France... it doesn't need to be promoted ! why are you helping the process of ruining this thread ? and you opened another page by doing so... who cares if your gas comes from Russia ? it doesn't relate to Qatar's bid !! 85% nuclear energy for France, again ? relevancy to this thread topic ? we have our own energy supplies as well, Natural gas ? and a new company named Green Gulf to research into solar power technologies, slowly going to operate Solar power stations. and then we have "renewable energy" without any nuclear waste . 2022 is far away so we will have solar power stations by then, so energy-efficient iconic stadiums with cooling systems and possibly a high percentage of the country's electricity needs provided by solar power.
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Old June 30th, 2010, 02:04 PM   #1103
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Hey, I simply answered your fellow qatarson !! (= No one is allowed to be more arrogant than the French , non mais !)

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About "renewable energy".. I'd say: Good news and congrats (without any sarcasm, for once), yes, sincerely : Bravo !!!!
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Hey, I simply answered your fellow qatarson !! (= No one is allowed to be more arrogant than the French , non mais !)
And you thought we were competing with you

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About "renewable energy".. I'd say: Good news and congrats (without any sarcasm, for once), yes, sincerely : Bravo !!!!
Its a seriously needed step, Qatar has one of the highest CO2 outputs per capita & that needs to be fixed right away !

Solar energy power plants means more Natural Gas to sell.

(BTW i didnt mention that Qatar just started operating a large Aluminium smelter in addition to a growth in Helium production which also comes from natural gas. I didn't mention it to avoid more unnecessary discussions..)
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wow......go away for a few hours and

hopefully all sides can drop the attacks on each others countrymen and women. no-one is perfect, and scratch all nations enough and you will find plenty of flaws and things we are ashamed of. lets discuss the bids and there merits, because as a people we are all pretty much coming from the same place - wanting to throw a bloody good world cup in 2022
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Old June 30th, 2010, 07:05 PM   #1106
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Don't know.. 'Cause here in France, the nuclear energy provides 85%+ of what we need !!! (we call that: "Indépendance énergétique")

Anyway, our Gas comes from Russia (+ a part from our overseas territories) !!!




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When you try to compare yourself compare yourself with someone who is in the size of you or larger not smaller lol .... Qatar is myth of several examples of few small countries of the world becomes influence in the world ( Economy, industry, media, politics, education, technology and investments ).

for your information if i wrote what my country own in your country you will be shocked and not this only if we compared the trade balance with your country it will be favor our tiny country compared in the size and population.

by way Russia & Qatar who is controll Gas prices around world and Russian will not be provide Gas to europ for the next 350 years

so we built the largest LNG Terminal in europ preparing for the next stage which already start bring new customers as we did with UK and many others.

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Old June 30th, 2010, 08:05 PM   #1107
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Fresh News

Fresh news: new problem to the Australian after the low level in the World Cup and red cards in their matches


FIFA Begin Investigation Into Australia World Cup 2022 Bid After Bribery Claim

FIFA has begun an investigation into the Australia World Cup 2022 bid after allegations of bribery emerged.

Newspaper the Sydney Morning Herald had reported that offers of jewellry had been made to the wives of the football governing body's voters and an executive committee member was offered an all-expenses trip.

FIFA has reacted quickly to the news and a spokesman confirmed "it is looking into this matter." The Australian team has denied any improper behaviour and stated they stayed within the ethics rules laid down by the organisation.

FIFA says World Cup bidders can give gifts of "symbolic or incidental value and that exclude any influence on a decision in relation to the bidding process." The ruling executive will choose the 2018 and 2022 World Cup hosts in December, where Australia will hope to fight of competiton from countries including Qatar, the USA and South Korea.


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/foo...for-votes.html

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http://www.goal.com/en/news/1863/wor...022-bid-after-

poor Australian do not need more of frustration

does they offered jewellry to Bin hamam or Blatter wife's so they can vote for them lol

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Old June 30th, 2010, 08:13 PM   #1108
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FIFA are looking into it. Haha. I'm sure they knew all about it, but are only "looking into it" now they've been caught out!

This is the Qatar bid thread anyhow; you should have posted the story in the Australia bid thread really, especially since you're one of those who keeps saying this thread is going off topic.
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Old June 30th, 2010, 08:15 PM   #1109
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Why is everyone bullying Qatar? Whether you like it or not, it's a legit contender for the 2022 World Cup.

How many times will we have to repeat that FIFA doesn't care about legacy? I'm pretty sure they're be as aprehensive about 12 stadiums in a 2-million country as they were about the construction of world-class stadiums in Leipzig, Polokwane, Nelspruit, Manaus, Natal, Cuiabá...
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FIFA are looking into it. Haha. I'm sure they knew all about it, but are only "looking into it" now they've been caught out!

This is the Qatar bid thread anyhow; you should have posted the story in the Australia bid thread really, especially since you're one of those who keeps saying this thread is going off topic.
yeah and it is answer to the Australian and it is article realted to Qatar directly since we have member in fifa and of course Australia has bid like our bid ...... and we monitor any act such these things.

let imagine after such thing if Australia have executive member in fifa ( i say if ) like Qatar their member will think 1000 times before vote to Australia to show he is away from this matter.

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Old June 30th, 2010, 08:23 PM   #1111
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Why is everyone bullying Qatar? Whether you like it or not, it's a legit contender for the 2022 World Cup.

How many times will we have to repeat that FIFA doesn't care about legacy? I'm pretty sure they're be as aprehensive about 12 stadiums in a 2-million country as they were about the construction of world-class stadiums in Leipzig, Polokwane, Manaus, Natal, Cuiabá...
the matter how dare ( Qatar ) to bid they see it only their Rights to do
tiny countries or growing nations they should not bid or host in their personal view anyway they didnt left anyway to distort & fight Qatar bid but at the end the right win and any country in world is have right to bid for fifa world cup since it is member in the fifa.
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the matter how dare ( Qatar ) to bid they see it only their Rights to do
tiny countries or growing nations they should not bid or host in their personal view anyway they didnt left anyway to distort & fight Qatar bid but at the end the right win and any country in world is have right to bid for fifa world cup since it is member in the fifa.
For the Game. For the World. (FIFA's Motto...)
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By the way....

Qatar population more than doubles since 2004 - census

The population of Qatar has more than doubled from 744,029 in 2004 to 1,696,563 this year, according to the preliminary results of the country's 2010 Census.

Results showed that 76 percent of the population were male and just 24 percent female.

It said the increase was due to the accelerated economic growth the country has witnessed in various sectors.

Buildings have increased by 50 percent from 99,217 in 2004 to 148,532 in 2010, with residential houses numbering 254,309 - an increase of 102 percent over the 2004 figure, Qatar Tribune reported on Thursday, citing the results.

The number of apartments rose by 146 percent to a total of 92,901 and studios by 243 percent to 10,415, the paper added.

The final results are scheduled to be released by October 20 to coincide by the International Day of Statistics.

The preliminary report also showed there would soon be more buildings in Rayyan than in Doha, as construction activity continues to move towards the fringes of the capital.

The 2010 Census was conducted by Qatar Statistics Authority (QSA) from April to June.

ARABIAN BUSINESS
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By the way....

Qatar population more than doubles since 2004 - census

The population of Qatar has more than doubled from 744,029 in 2004 to 1,696,563 this year, according to the preliminary results of the country's 2010 Census.

Results showed that 76 percent of the population were male and just 24 percent female.

It said the increase was due to the accelerated economic growth the country has witnessed in various sectors.

Buildings have increased by 50 percent from 99,217 in 2004 to 148,532 in 2010, with residential houses numbering 254,309 - an increase of 102 percent over the 2004 figure, Qatar Tribune reported on Thursday, citing the results.

The number of apartments rose by 146 percent to a total of 92,901 and studios by 243 percent to 10,415, the paper added.

The final results are scheduled to be released by October 20 to coincide by the International Day of Statistics.

The preliminary report also showed there would soon be more buildings in Rayyan than in Doha, as construction activity continues to move towards the fringes of the capital.

The 2010 Census was conducted by Qatar Statistics Authority (QSA) from April to June.

ARABIAN BUSINESS
Just bigger than Nelson Mandela Bay.
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Old July 1st, 2010, 11:36 AM   #1115
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Just bigger than Nelson Mandela Bay.
This is more than sufficient for at least a stable security and you will not find the guns in streets or anyone stealing the fans or kill them that is the benefits.
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Old July 1st, 2010, 11:37 AM   #1116
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What ever man, i still think the population development here is too fast, this is why things need to be master planned carefully. look at these numbers !! every couple of year the population doubles !

1950 47.000
1960 59.000
1970 111.000
1978 201.000
1986 369.000
1996 658.000
2004 744.000
2005 863.051
2008 928.635
2010 1.696.563
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This is more than sufficient for at least a stable security and you will not find the guns in streets or anyone stealing the fans or kill them that is the benefits.
Exactly, this isn't Columbia... My cousin was in South Africa and the hotel staff insisted he doesn't go out leave hotel premises, and if they wanted to do so, the hotel staff should at least be able to see him from the hotel, i was wondering what was the point of the trip then if its "that" dangerous.
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This is more than sufficient for at least a stable security and you will not find the guns in streets or anyone stealing the fans or kill them that is the benefits.
Killer response.
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Exactly, this isn't Columbia... My cousin was in South Africa and the hotel staff insisted he doesn't go out leave hotel premises, and if they wanted to do so, the hotel staff should at least be able to see him from the hotel, i was wondering what was the point of the trip then if its "that" dangerous.
Another killer response. Perhaps ask the rest of the 400,000 visitors what the point is? or the 9 million foreign visitors to South Africa annually..or the 1.5 million tourists to Cape Town
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What ever man, i still think the population development here is too fast, this is why things need to be master planned carefully. look at these numbers !! every couple of year the population doubles !

1950 47.000
1960 59.000
1970 111.000
1978 201.000
1986 369.000
1996 658.000
2004 744.000
2005 863.051
2008 928.635
2010 1.696.563
we are getting massively off topic here, but that is a good point of growth. you need growth to be sustainable and durable. be interesting to see what that growth is made up off (i.e. temporary migrants versus permanent settlers)

I know in Australia we are looking at very high growth rate (compared to OECD nations), yet much of it is boosted by student migration, which will dip when they return home. Likewise temporary workers, who may be here on a permanent visas, but will return home (usually China, India, UK, or NZ) if the economic opportunities change (Australia dips and their original country booms)
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