Monday, July 22, 2019

Qatar

Growth in Qatar Economy, Relationship of Qatar with other GCC Countries, Travel to Qatar, Gulf Finance, Business and Launch of new projects.

UAE Frees Qatari Military Boat That Entered Its Waters

The UAE released a Qatari military boat carrying four people that entered its waters last week, the ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation...

Arab Quartet Boycotts Qatar’s Hosting Of Parliamentary Body Meeting

The UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt have issued a statement objecting to Qatar hosting the 140th assembly of Inter-Parliamentary Union next week.The Arab...

Middle East Airlines Witness World’s Weakest Passenger Growth

Middle East Airlines reported the weakest passenger demand growth in the world in January, according to the latest figures from the International Air Transport...

No Change In Policy Regarding Access To Qatar At UAE Ports

The Federal Transport Authority – Land and Maritime clarified in a circular that news reports that claimed the UAE had eased a ban on...

UAE Files Trade Case Against Qatar Over Goods Ban

The Government of the United Arab Emirates announced today that it has initiated the World Trade Organisation (WTO) dispute-settlement proceedings against Qatar following its...

Increase In Public Spending Stimulates GCC Growth

GCC countries are expected to grow by 2.3 per cent in 2019 and 2.6 per cent in 2020, from an estimated 2.4 per cent...

“Qatar has burned its bridges with GCC” – Bahrain FM

Al Khalifa described the Qatar crisis in an interview with Asharq Al-Awsat, as a very deep disagreement that has reached a point not seen before...

Jet Airways Cancels 40 Flights A Week To Gulf Destinations

Jet Airways plans to cancel about 40 flights a week on seven Gulf routes from Wednesday as it struggles to raise funds and stay...

Qatar To Withdraw From OPEC Next Month

Qatar is to leave OPEC next month to focus on gas production, the country's new Energy Minister Saad Al Kaabi announced in a surprise...

GCC Countries To Require $300 Billion In Financing By 2021

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) sovereigns are expected to require around $300bn in financing between 2018 and 2021 despite rising oil prices, according to ratings...
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