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Impact of blockade pales over Qatar’s growth

Impact of blockade pales over Qatar’s growth

Rather than put a dent on Qatar’s economic growth, the ongoing economic blockade imposed on Qatar has failed to stop the continuous momentum witnessed by the country’s private sector, according to industry leaders and stakeholders.

Qatar stays a robust economy despite blockade, says official

Qatar stays a robust economy despite blockade, says official

More than two and a half years in an economic blockade, Qatar has been able to maintain its leading position among global rankings and economic competitiveness reports.

Qatar bolsters maritime infrastructure to support economic expansion

Qatar bolsters maritime infrastructure to support economic expansion

The 1,000-day air and sea blockade has rather fastened Doha’s efforts to gear up its maritime infrastructure and allied sectors in order to provide extra cushioning for its economy, where import substitution is catching up, an indicator of growing self-sufficiency in some underlying sectors.

Qatar bolsters maritime infrastructure to support economic expansion

Qatar bolsters maritime infrastructure to support economic expansion

The 1,000-day air and sea blockade has rather fastened Doha’s efforts to gear up its maritime infrastructure and allied sectors in order to provide extra cushioning for its economy, where import substitution is catching up, an indicator of growing self-sufficiency in some underlying sectors.

QCB commits to modern regulatory environment to support market stability, innovation

QCB commits to modern regulatory environment to support market stability, innovation

Understanding the importance of financial technology in the development of Qatar’s banking and financial sector, the Qatar Central Bank is now gearing up to announce a fintech strategy.

QFC makes great strides in attracting FDI into Qatar

QFC makes great strides in attracting FDI into Qatar

The Qatar Financial Center (QFC) platform has made substantial progress in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) into Qatar and promoting economic diversification, negating the 1,000 days of blockade.

Qatar-Canada trade up 35% in 2019, says envoy

Qatar-Canada trade up 35% in 2019, says envoy

Bilateral trade between Qatar and Canada witnessed a 35% year-on-year increase in 2019, according to the Embassy of Canada to the State of Qatar.

Doha Bank achieves recertification to ISO 20000 for IT Service Management

Doha Bank achieves recertification to ISO 20000 for IT Service Management

Doha Bank has been recertified the ISO 20000 certification for its continuous compliance to global standard for IT Service Management. Doha Bank was the first organisation in the GCC to have achieved the ISO 20000 certification in 2007 and remains the only financial organisation in Qatar to be accre

Second session of Franco-Qatari Economic Circle begins in Paris

Second session of Franco-Qatari Economic Circle begins in Paris

HE the Minister of Municipality and Environment, Abdullah bin Abdulaziz bin Turki al-Subaie, participated in the second session of the Franco-Qatari economic circle (Qadran), which was opened by the ambassador of the State of Qatar to the French Republic, Sheikh Ali bin Jassem al-Thani,

Hong Kong unveils record budget deficit on protests and coronavirus outbreak

Hong Kong unveils record budget deficit on protests and coronavirus outbreak

Hong Kong unveiled a record budget deficit yesterday, pledging cash handouts to residents and business tax breaks to soften the blow to the recession-hit economy from often-violent protests and the coronavirus.

Tesla, Panasonic to end solar-roof partnership

Tesla, Panasonic to end solar-roof partnership

Tesla Inc and Panasonic Corp plan to end their partnership in producing solar cells for rooftops at a facility in Buffalo, New York, according to people familiar with the matter.

S&P cuts credit ratings of 6 Korean companies

S&P cuts credit ratings of 6 Korean companies

A key metric of the creditworthiness of South Korean companies is at its weakest in at least a decade, and the worst may be yet to come due to the dramatic spread of coronavirus in the country.

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