1 bn contract awarded by Kuwait
Kuwait’s ministry of public housing awarded a US$1 billion contract for roads and infrastructure works within its $20bn South Al Mutlaa City project to an Italian-Turkish partnership. >>
Emirates created 300 new jobs in Hungary
Dubai's national carrier Emirates has opened its second customer contact centre in Europe with a 300 seat facility in Budapest. Supporting hundreds of local jobs, the contact centre represents a multi-million dollar investment by the leading GCC airline in Hungary. >>
Qatar cuts number of World Cup stadiums to 8
Qatar has reduced the number of stadiums it plans to build for the 2022 soccer World Cup by a third, according to a Bloomberg report. The organizing committee’s senior manager for projects didn’t give a reason for the cut. Qatar plans to spend more than $200 billion on new infrastructure before hosting the sporting event. >>
Success stories
Shelton Kft lands major deals in Middle East
Under the agreement, Shelton will provide for putting the equipment into operation and integrating them into the system. The Hungarian company will complete the EUR 1.2m project, scheduled to start in January, in four months. The partnership with Nokia has been so successful that Shelton is working on becoming one of the Finnish company's special partners. >>

HILAL Central Europe

Office: Szemere u. 8.
H-1054 Budapest (Hungary)
Phone: +36-1-769-6494
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Our company is the Central European representative office of the Bahrain based Al Hilal Group and other GCC companies.

Al Hilal Group was established in 1978 and today it is the second largest publishing and marketing organization of the Middle-East. The company's media portfolio touches on virtually every sector of the market with each publication or web portal standing out as the market leader in its field.

The aim of Hilal Central Europe is to help the Central European companies to increase their competitiveness with its communication and EU tender consultancy, Public Affairs know-how and market entry advisory to easier enter the Arab markets and to raise the interest of investors from the Middle East for Hungary and the surrounding countries.

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