Monday, February 18, 2019

Qatar

British businessman faces 37 years in jail in Qatar

A senior British businessman is reported to have been sentenced to 37 years in jail in Qatar for issuing cheques that bounced on behalf...

Qatar World Cup officials plan to send football fans into the...

World Cup hosts Qatar will only allow football fans to drink alcohol in isolated desert sites miles away from stadiums in a bid to appease locals,...

Exclusive: Qatari dairy company battling Arab boycott to go public next...

DOHA (Reuters) - Qatari company Baladna, which is creating a dairy industry in the desert to help the country to cope with a boycott...

Business as usual for Qatar — but at what cost?

DUBAI: On the face of it, it looks like business as usual for Qatar despite the travel and economic boycott imposed by some of...

Qatar buys 24 Typhoon fighters from UK in Dh29bn deal

Qatar signed a multi-billion-dollar deal on Sunday to buy 24 Typhoon fighters from Britain, its second major defence agreement this week, which comes during...

Qatar builds dairy industry in desert as it defies Arab boycott

UMM AL HAWAYA, Qatar (Reuters) - Deep in the Qatari desert, a herd of cows stands in a vast shed, cooled by fans and...

Qatar foreign minister decries ‘reckless leadership’ in region

Nov 17 (Reuters) - Qatar's foreign minister on Friday criticized "reckless leadership" in the Gulf for a number of crises including the Gulf rift...

Qatar sets $200 minimum wage for migrant workers

Qatar has set a temporary minimum wage for migrant workers worth around $200 a month, its labour minister said Thursday, a benchmark reform following...

Qatar retools after boycott by top auto parts supplier Dubai

 DOHA, Nov 9 (Reuters) - In a dusty industrial zone in the south of Doha where the city's auto repair shops are clustered, one...

Qatar Airways buys 9.6% of Cathay

Qatar Airways Ltd., spurned by American Airlines Group and isolated in the Persian Gulf, snapped up 9.6 percent of Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways...
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