Qatar’s fiscal balance as a percentage of GDP is set to rise to 3.2% in 2024 from an estimated -6.9% this year, FocusEconomics has said in its country report.
Four Shariah-based finance social instruments – can help core Islamic countries, banks, and corporations navigate the after-effects of the current Covid-19 crisis, S&P Global Ratings has said
Oil prices will remain highly volatile as the coronavirus pandemic is hastening a structural change in aggregate demand for oil, Moody’s has said in a report.
Qatar Airways has maintained a flexible and agile network since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic although Covid-19 lockdowns have led to an almost complete standstill in airline travel worldwide.
Shariah-compliant banking and takaful products see an increasing appetite in the local market, although conventional players still dominate Qatar’s banking and insurance sectors, Oxford Business Group has said in a report.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) released analysis showing that the airline industry’s global debt could rise to $550bn by the year-end.
The highly competitive European aviation market is now witnessing a peculiar type of competition as government-backed aid is now targeted at some specific airlines ...
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