Qatar, which has excellent hearing facilities, has the potential to become a hub for international arbitration for which Doha should contemplate establishing an institutional framework within its international court and dispute resolution centre (QICDRC), according to a renowned international commer
Ooredoo recently held a virtual awards ceremony to name and celebrate its ‘Partners of the Year’ for 2020.
Despite the impact of Covid-19 on global export markets last year, Turkey’s exports to Qatar is expected to recover and anticipated to cross the $1bn mark in 2021, an official of a Turkish consultancy firm has said.
Qatar Business Incubation Centre (QBIC) has announced that registration for the third wave of the Lean Manufacturing Programme (LMP) is now open and will run until May 20, 2021.
Dukhan Bank Board of Directors recommends 10% cash dividend distribution to shareholders for 2020
President Joe Biden is on the cusp of his first legislative win with the House ready to give final passage to his $1.9tn Covid-19 relief plan, the second-biggest economic stimulus in US history.
The new Libyan unity government will restore an oil and gas portfolio as one of 27 ministries to administer the war-ravaged Opec member until December elections, according to the office of the prime minister-designate.
Sun-scorched expanses and steady Red Sea breezes make the northwest tip of Saudi Arabia prime real estate for what the kingdom hopes will become a global hub for green hydrogen.
Traders across Wall Street are poised for significant profits from the freeze that roiled energy markets and left swaths of the US without electricity last month. That is, if they can collect.
China’s February exports grew at a record pace from a year earlier when Covid-19 battered the world’s second-biggest economy, customs data showed yesterday, while imports rose less sharply.
Investors looking for a more definitive signal of what the European Central Bank really thinks about the latest bond selloff are likely to get one in the coming week.
The European Union should shake off its ill will and build a good relationship with Britain as sovereign equals, Britain’s top EU adviser David Frost said yesterday, promising to stand up for the country’s interests.