Expecting 10-12% annual growth in glass products in the GCC

The phenomenal growth in the Gulf construction sector – especially in Qatar, the UAE and Saudi Arabia – is expected to result in consumption of some 1mn tonnes of flat glass in the GCC, according to a study here.

Expecting 10-12% annual growth in glass products over the next three years in the GCC, the study by the Gulf Organisation for Industrial Consulting (Goic) said the total investment required over the next five years in the Gulf glass industry will be around $80bn.Read the entire article on the source link below.The phenomenal growth in the Gulf construction sector – especially in Qatar, the UAE and Saudi Arabia – is expected to result in consumption of some 1mn tonnes of flat glass in the GCC, according to a study here.

Expecting 10-12% annual growth in glass products over the next three years in the GCC, the study by the Gulf Organisation for Industrial Consulting (Goic) said the total investment required over the next five years in the Gulf glass industry will be around $80bn.

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