Mayores empresas constructoras en Oriente Medio

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Mayores empresas constructoras en Oriente Medio

Mensajepor Dalamar » 24 Jul 2012 08:29

Ezdan market cap: $14.229bn
Emaar market cap: $5.024bn
Jabal Omar Development market cap: $4.720bn
Dar Al Arkan chairman Jousef Al Shelash Dar Al Arkan market cap: $2.951bn
Barwa Real Estate market cap: $2.846bn
Al Mabanee chairman and managing director Mohammed Alshaya Al Mabanee market cap: $2.553bn
Emaar the Economic City market cap: $2.209bn
Makkah Construction & Development Company market cap: $1.793bn
Knowledge Economic City market cap: $1.443bn
Arabtec Holding market cap: $1.226bn
Aldar Properties market cap: $886m
Saudi Real Estate Company market cap: $$867m
Taiba Holding Company market cap: $808m
Sorouh Real Estate market cap: $736m
Arriyadh Development Company market cap: $640m
Commercial Real Estate Company Kuwait (Al Tijaria) market cap: $487m
Drake & Scull CEO Khaldoun Tabari Drake & Scull market cap: $482m
Salhiah Real Estate Company market cap: $477m
Deyaar market cap: $472m
United Real Estate Company, Kuwait market cap: $438m
Union Properties market cap: $362m
Mazaya Qatar Real Estate Development market cap: $340m
National Real Estate Company Kuwait market cap: $337m
Al-Themar International Holding Company Kuwait market cap: $324m
Red Sea Housing Services Company, Saudi Arabia market cap: $310m
Tamdeen Real Estate Company market cap: $301m
Kuwait Remal Real Estate Company market cap: $257m
RAK Properties market cap: $185m
Kuwait Real Estate Company market cap: $156m
ALARGAN International Real Estate Company market cap: $150m
Al-Mazaya Holding Company market cap: $148m
Abyaar Real Estate Development Company market cap: $146m
Al Enmaa Real Estate Company market cap: $143m
Seef Properties Company market cap: $136m
First Dubai for Real Estate Development Company market cap: $132m
Eshraq properties Company market cap: $122m
Aayan Real Estate Company market cap: $105m
Ajial Real Estate Entertainment Company market cap: $100m
Al Mudon International Real Estate Company market cap: $78m
Injazzat Real Estate Development Company market cap: $70m
Investors Holding Group Company market cap: $70m
Aqar Real Estate Investments Company market cap: $69m
Manazel Holding Company market cap: $69m
Al Massaleh Real Estate Company market cap: $64m
INOVEST market cap: $64m
Union Real Estate Company market cap: $63m
Arkan Al-Kuwait Real Estate Company market cap: $59m
Al Arabiya Real Estate Company market cap: $58m
Tijara & Real Estate Investment Company market cap: $52m
Kuwait Business Town Real Estate Company market cap: $49m
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Re: Mayores empresas constructoras en Oriente Medio

Mensajepor Dalamar » 24 Jul 2012 16:23

www.rakproperties.net

Esta tiene una torre muy interesante en Al Reem, al parecer venden por 970 AED/sqft un poco alto para mi gusto ire a ver los 1 bed y pondre alguna foto en el foro.
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Re: Mayores empresas constructoras en Oriente Medio

Mensajepor Dalamar » 30 Jul 2012 06:39

Dubai's Emaar sees profit more than double in Q2, Net profit at developer of Burj Khalifa hit US$167m; revenue up 3 percent during quarter...

Emaar suele ser la constructora preferida en Dubai, tiene muy buena reputacion.
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 30 Jul 2012 06:44

The value of construction project contracts awarded this year in the GCC is forecast to increase by 71 percent, according to new research.

In 2011, construction projects to the value of $46.52bn were completed in the GCC, a figure expected to increase dramatically to $79.75bn in 2012.

Hotels in Dubai saw a boost in profits in June while Abu Dhabi continued to see rates and profits fall.

"We believe Dubai performance levels will remain strong until early part of 2013 when we expect the market to witness a considerable addition to supply."
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Mensajepor Dalamar » 31 Jul 2012 08:39

Nakheel says net profits up by 36% in first half of 2012: Union Properties posts Q2 profit, cuts debt, Net profits for the first half of 2012 reach AED106m, compared to a loss of AED439m in the prior-year period
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Re: Mayores empresas constructoras en Oriente Medio

Mensajepor Dalamar » 03 Ago 2012 20:30

http://www.sorouh.com/en/news/media-cen ... jsc-2.html

Sorouh es una de las preferidas en Abu Dhabi por su calidad, ha construido las emblematicas Sun y Sky towers, asi como Tala tower (ver hilos relacionados) y esta terminando Gateway Towers:
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Re: Mayores empresas constructoras en Oriente Medio

Mensajepor Dalamar » 05 Nov 2012 06:56

Depa Ltd, the interior contractor that fitted out Dubai's Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest tower, said on Sunday it expected to report revenue improvements across its business sectors for the third quarter.

The company, which posted a net loss of AED110m ($29.9m) in the first half of the year, said in a trading statement that its underlying business "continues to perform in line with expectations, with all major projects making good progress".

"The company continues to have a backlog of projects at near record levels and has a very strong pipeline of future projects, especially in the GCC and South East Asia, which will be signed into the backlog in the coming months, Depa said in the statement.


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