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Banking system in Qatar ‘capable of facing risks’

Banking system in Qatar ‘capable of facing risks’

HE the Governor of Qatar Central Bank, Sheikh Abdullah bin Saoud al-Thani, affirmed that the banking system in Qatar can easily face unfavourable circumstances because the banks operating in the country, both local and foreign, enjoy high capitalisation that enables ...

Qatar well on course to be region’s highly competitive economy

Qatar well on course to be region’s highly competitive economy

Qatar’s calibrated plans to join the elite club of ‘10 most competitive economies in the world over the next 10 years’ have been endorsed by the global community through a report released last week.

How can UK revamp its landmark anti-slavery law?

How can UK revamp its landmark anti-slavery law?

Pushing businesses to tackle modern slavery, protecting victims from being treated like criminals and jailing more slavemasters should top the agenda as Britain reviews its

Labour reforms reflect Qatar’s keenness to protect expatriate workers’ rights

Labour reforms reflect Qatar’s keenness to protect expatriate workers’ rights

The measures adopted by Qatar recently in the field of labour reforms reflect the country’s keenness to protect the rights of expatriate workers and ensure a healthy relationship between employers and employees.

How Donald Trump weaponised Pocahontas

How Donald Trump weaponised Pocahontas

The problem I have with “identity politics” is that it’s a phrase mostly used by people who don’t name their identities, against those who do.

Hearing aids may help cut impaired memory risky

Hearing aids may help cut impaired memory risky

While age-related hearing loss has long been linked to cognitive decline, a UK study suggests hearing aids may help minimise the risk of problems like impaired memory or executive function.

Concern over extra-judicial killings in Indian state

Concern over extra-judicial killings in Indian state

Private security guard Ajit Singh Rana says he supports a police crackdown on gangsters in India’s most populous state, even after cops gunned down an Apple executive at a road stop in what human rights activists say was the latest in a series of extra-judicial killings.

Truth about human life is more important than any arms deal

Truth about human life is more important than any arms deal

The disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist and Washington Post columnist critical of the Saudi government, has rightly led to bipartisan outrage in Washington.

America’s ongoing civil war

America’s ongoing civil war

America continues be in a state of civil war. Not just a civil war, but the civil war. In the first round, back in the 1860s, the Confederacy lost. Yet now the Confederacy is temporarily on top. The United States remains one country divided by two cultures.

Most older adults would willingly take fewer medicines

Most older adults would willingly take fewer medicines

Most elderly patients taking multiple prescription medications would be willing to reduce their daily pill regimen to minimise their risk of side effects like falls or dangerous drug interactions, a US study suggests.

Can Eurozone reform help contain Trump?

Can Eurozone reform help contain Trump?

US President Donald Trump is using economic warfare to pursue his foreign-policy objectives. In August, his administration announced that it would double tariffs on steel and aluminium imports from Turkey, in order to pressure the Turkish authorities to release an American pastor detained for two ye

Fed hikes and trade wars: EMs need to brace themselves

Fed hikes and trade wars: EMs need to brace themselves

The US Federal Reserve has raised interest rates six times since Donald Trump became president in January 2017.

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