Pending the 2022 Football World Cup, major work continues in the gas emirate. French companies are on the lookout to offer their innovations.
“We called him ten times, he never answered us. It is very important to meet him,” says Christian Laugier, sipping his cardamom tea served protocolally as a welcome. Egis’ Middle East Executive Director awaits the imminent arrival of His Excellency Saad bin Ahmad Al Muhannadi, President of Ashghal, the Qatari public works authority. Qatar is the second market in terms of turnover, after France, of the engineering firm which counts notably the Doha metro.