Friday, July 19, 2019

Qatar

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

GCC Summit Offers Hope To End Gulf Crisis – Kuwaiti Minister

The next Gulf Cooperation Council summit, to be held in Riyadh next month, may be an opportunity to end the rift within the group,...

2,200 km-Long Railway Network To Link All Six Gulf States

The 2,200 km-long railway network that will link the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states from Kuwait City to the Omani capital Muscat is already...

Qatar: Expats Can Leave Country Without Bosses’ Permission

Expats need not obtain their bosses' permission anymore to leave the country - A long-awaited reform of Qatar's controversial exit visa system came into force...

GCC To See Huge Increase In Russian Tourists By 2023

The number of Russian tourists travelling to the GCC is expected to increase 125% from 933,000 in 2018 to 2.1 million in 2023, according...

Qatar World Cup 2022 Shocking Death Statistics Revealed

A trade union leader has revealed the shocking extent of deaths of 2022 World Cup workers in Qatar.Qatar has come in for strong criticism...

Qatar: How Asian Town segregates migrants from the population

At first glance, it is like any other entertainment complex in Qatar: a giant shopping mall, a multiplex cinema and an amphitheatre for musical...

Qatar blockade ‘has been catalyst for change’ – CNBC

An economic blockade on Qatar that's being upheld by its Middle Eastern neighbors has forced the country to step up reforms and its quest...

Rise In Economic Growth Forecast For All GCC Countries

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised the economic forecasts of all the GCC countries for 2018 and 2019 in its latest World Economic...

Qatar: Migrant workers building World Cup facilities unpaid for months

A new investigation by Amnesty International has exposed how an engineering company involved in building 2022 Fifa World Cup infrastructure took advantage of Qatar’s...

Bahrain, Saudi, UAE and Egypt ‘will wait 50 years for Qatar’

The four countries that have boycotted Qatar are willing to wait for up to 50 years for Doha to change its behaviour, Saudi Arabia’s...
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