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Al Manakh is the collaborative initiative to monitor, reveal and forecast new urban developments unfolding in the Gulf region. This analysis focuses on how the Gulf’s recent pace has not only shaped its own urban centers but also releases significant effects beyond its borders...
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“Emirates Left In The Dark” The National

August 26 2009
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Only one of the places in the oil-rich Gulf that is having electricity outages.
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Al Manakh is now on Twitter

August 26 2009
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Al Manakh is now on Twitter. You can follow us there for more fine-grained updates on the project, links to news stories, or to get in touch.

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KAUST - opening in less than 2 weeks

August 26 2009
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Filed under: Global Gulf, Saudi Arabia
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A Metro for Kuwait?

August 26 2009
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rekuwait.wordpress.com promises to keep us up to date as Kuwait’s metro plan evolves.

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Preserving Saudi Arabia

August 25 2009
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The restoration project aims for Diriyah to become a national culture and tourism center. While the planned amenities and attracts are intended for all, emphasis is put on attracting and interacting with the large local population.

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GULF NOTES, the week ending 22 August 2009

August 25 2009
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The Kurdistan regional government in Iraq said it was “facing some difficulties” in the $15 billion project by Dubai-based developer Damac, whose spokesperson conceded they were reviewing all projects in planning. …[read more]

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