Aamal, which is one of Qatar’s largest, most diversified and fastest-growing companies, is looking to grow either organically or through new acquisitions as its vision is to be recognised as a “leader and innovator” in all the industry sectors in which it operates.
Qatar’s pace of development will continue well beyond 2022, when the country proudly hosts the FIFA World Cup, says Aamal CEO and managing director Sheikh Mohamed bin Faisal al-Thani.
Commercial aviation has relied on liquid hydrocarbon fuels ever since Wright brothers invented flight and successfully flew in 1903.
Investor confidence in Qatar remains underpinned by financial assets of over $300bn held in a sovereign wealth fund and demonstrated in the country’s ability to raise money on the international bond markets at relatively low yields, the World bank has said in a report.
Qatar’s current account surplus increased to 8.7% in third quarter of 2018, from less than 4% in 2017 due to higher gas prices and production from the North Field, the country’s biggest gas repository ...
Banks in Qatar had seen “positive” results in 2018, with an average 9.5% growth in net profit, and 3.2% growth in total assets, which, according to global auditing firm KPMG ,“demonstrates both strength and opportunities” in the country’s banking sector.
Imagine you are flying an aircraft with a full seating capacity in excess of 300 passengers. At the end of your journey, the aircraft will have accumulated nearly 430kg in cabin waste alone.
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