Thursday, February 21, 2019

Qatar

Qatar wants 10% of American Airlines

American Airlines has received an "unsolicited" approach from Qatar Airways which wants to acquire 10% of the US carrier. American Airlines said it would respond...

International flights from Sohar soon

Sohar airport will become the third hub for international airlines in Oman as Air Arabia and Qatar Airways plan to start direct services from...

Qatar crisis deepens

Three weeks in to the worst Gulf crisis in decades, questions are still being asked about why unprecedented diplomatic and economic sanctions were imposed...

Mid-East stocks: Qatar keeps recovering

Qatar’s stock market continued to recover on Tuesday from last week’s big losses, while Saudi Arabia’s main index was dragged down by the banking...

Qatar Airways wins ‘Airline of the Year’ award

For Qatar Airways, it was the best of times and it was the worst of times. During a glitzy awards ceremony Tuesday at the Paris...

Qatar net worth $355 billion

Qatar, a country with a population smaller than Houston, Texas has amassed $355 billion in assets around the globe, making its Sovereign Wealth Fund...

Qatar’s attempt to control world sports with $200+ BILLION spending spree

Barcelona star Neymar pictured with Jhenny Andrade.Qatar's worldwide spending spreeQatar may have found itself increasingly politically isolated in the Middle East over accusations of...

Qatar World Cup decision labelled ‘most corrupt in sporting history

May 31, 2018 22:023803LONDON: The decision to award Russia and Qatar the 2018 and 2022 World Cups has been lambasted as “the biggest corruption...

PH hails benefits for 50,000 Filipino helpers in Qatar

The Philippines hailed a new law in Qatar that gives benefits such as limited working hours, annual vacations, and paid sick leaves to domestic...

Qatar government prepared to cover banks if deposits “withdrawn”

Qatar’s government is prepared to support local banks if foreign institutions withdraw deposits from them because of an economic boycott against Doha.Yousef al-Jaida, Chief...
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