Barwa Real Estate Group, the developer of Al Khor Recreation Extension project; and Al Bader Construction and Steel Works, the project’s contractor; have recently completed 3.2mn safe man hours without lost time injury.
In response to the growing number of businesses operating between Turkey and Qatar, KPMG in Qatar recently launched its ‘Turkish desk’ to provide tailored services to clients from both the countries.
The Qatar Financial Centre’s (QFC) legal team was recognised at the recently held fourth annual Qatar Business Law Forum and Awards.
After months of speculation and delays, South Africa has named Andre de Ruyter as chief executive officer of its debt-crippled state power utility, surprising investors with an unexpected choice and angering a key union.
When Securities and Exchange Commission chairman Jay Clayton handed a policy win to corporate executives this month, he pointed to a surprising source of support: A mailbag full of encouragement from ordinary Americans.
Asian markets mostly rose yesterday following another record close on Wall Street as investors bet on China and the US reaching a mini trade deal despite a report saying Beijing was concerned about the chances of an agreement.
Chinese technology conglomerate Tunghsu Group Co is looking to extend its bond payment deadlines after failing to settle its obligations this week, in the latest sign that the nation’s private-sector firms are struggling to ease their debt load amid an economic slowdown.
It doesn’t look good for the dollar. Morgan Stanley sees a glut looming, while Standard Chartered Plc says the growing US monetary base will undercut the greenback.
ABN Amro NV became the latest bank to have its offices raided by German authorities over a widening tax scandal, adding to the lender’s woes after it was recently the subject of a money-laundering probe in the Netherlands.
Ooredoo announced on Tuesday that it is seeing strong demand on its portfolio of ICT solutions that can advance the digital transformation of Qatar’s organisations.
HE the Minister of State for Energy Affairs Saad bin Sherida al-Kaabi met with Zhang Jianhua, director of China’s National Energy Administration in Beijing on Tuesday.