Tajikistan: Diar Dushanbe A Symbol Of Qatar’s Desired Future Outlook – Analysis Eurasia Review

Posted: January 26, 2013 in Economy and Resources, Environment, International, Language, Politics, Relations, Resources

By: Bruno de Paiva

December 23, 2012

The recent opening of a visitor centre by Qatari Diar in Tajikistan’s capital, Dushanbe, is a further sign of Qatar’s desire to diversify it’s economy and use it’s economic wealth to increase it’s global clout.

Wholly controlled by the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA), Qatari Diar opened the centre in December.

The visitor centre is the first phase of Diar Dushanbe, a mixed-use development in the Tajikistani capital that will encompass 68,000 square meters and is set to be completed by 2014.

The agreement for the construction of the Diar Dushanbe was signed in August 2011 and aims to provide 1,500 jobs during the construction phase and 400 jobs once the Diar Dushanbe begins operations.

via Tajikistan: Diar Dushanbe A Symbol Of Qatar’s Desired Future Outlook – Analysis Eurasia Review.

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