A comprehensive review of the dynamic construction and cement market in Qatar. The CW Group construction and cement market industry study covers cement volume trends in detail, analyzing trade flows, historical cement demand and production, the competitive landscape as well as demand drivers, including macro economic and construction sector dynamics for the country. The research report is grounded in a regional cement market context perspective and provides a demand forecast through 2015.

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