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There is increasing speculation with regards to UAE cement sector and its performance post 2008-09 economic crisis. UAE, although a part of GCC, has carved its niche set of economic parameters driven mainly by its two spearhead emirates-Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi, with its ambitions government diversification plans and Dubai with its global tourism and hospitality destination image, together shape much of the country’s future construction landscape.

Cement demand is mainly driven by construction projects, particularly in building, marine and infrastructure sectors. A number of significant projects are scheduled to commence in 2013 in Abu Dhabi and Dubai which is expected to drive the construction sector growth in recent years. The report presents the market size for UAE building and infrastructure sectors and that of the related cement industry based on actual construction projects announced, carefully eliminating projects that have been cancelled or delayed. Vital information with regards to the top 20 building and infrastructure projects in 2012 and 2013 is highlighted and in-depth project intelligence is provided for each of these projects.

The reports looks at UAE cement industry from different angles. The demand - supply dynamics are analyzed in detail in addition to highlighting the intermediate roles of the product's foreign trade effect and existing competition. Key infor

1. Introduction
2. UAE Building and Infrastructure Sector
2.1. Building and Infrastructure Sector Market Size and Forecast
3. Building and Infrastructure Sector by Emirate
3.1 Abu Dhabi
3.2 Dubai
3.3 Northern Emirates
4. Cement Industry in UAE
4.1. Current Scenario
4.2. Cement market size and forecast
4.1. Market Trends
4.2. Competitive Scenario
a. Major players
b. Production capacity
4.3. Foreign Trade Analysis
4.4. Raw Material Analysis
4.5. Pricing
4.6. Regional Outlook
4.7. Future Outlook
a. Key Investments
b. Growth Trajectory for Cement Industry

1. Project Details of Major Building Projects Awarded in 2012
2. Project Details of Major Infrastructure Projects Awarded in 2012
3. Project Details of Major Building Projects Expected to be Awarded in 2013
4. Project Details of Major Infrastructure Projects Expected to be Awarded in 2013  

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