The oil rich Gulf economy of Kuwait has, in recent years, aspired to reinvest its vast oil surpluses into diversified economic development. The focus clearly is on two core areas supporting sustained growth - infrastructure development and privatization.
The Kuwait Development Plan (2010-2014) has laid down detailed road maps to investment across the infrastructure sector including roads, ports, airports, power and water, the essentials of growth in the future.
The economy of Kuwait is now determined to exploit its strategic location, its vast oil surpluses and a recently formed government to take its infrastructure plan to fulfilment.
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