The US announcement lifting travel restrictions to the country from early November for fully vaccinated foreigners is clearly a welcome news – not only for hard-pressed airlines, but also for the wider travel and tourism industry, which has been decimated by Covid-19.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) has honoured Doha Bank CEO Dr R Seetharaman during the ‘ICAI International Research Awards 2021’ hosted recently by the research committee of the ICAI and viewed by nearly 3,000 chartered accountants across the globe.
Driven mainly by increased affordability in the mid and high-end categories, there has been a marked rise in tenant movement in Qatar’s residential segment in first (Q1) and second quarters (Q2) of this year, KPMG has said in a report.
The proposed merger of Indosat Ooredoo and PT Hutchison 3 Indonesia is "credit positive" for Ooredoo as it will result in a slight decrease in its net debt to Ebitda (earnings before interest taxes, depreciation and amortisation), according to Moody's, a global credit rating agency.
Ooredoo has participated in Dell Technologies Forum Middle East 2021. The event explored the growing importance for businesses to engage on social and environmental issues, both from a business perspective and as a contributor to human development.
Qatar First Bank extraordinary general assembly yesterday approved increasing QFB’s paid-up nominal share capital to QR1.12bn from QR700mn, representing a growth of 60%.
Qatar’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) stand to gain from today’s wide range of technological advancements, especially those available within the country, according to an official of the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MoTC).
A Booking.com global survey released in June laid bare the new expectations of travellers: Some 83% of 29,000 respondents said they found sustainable travel to be vital, with 61% noting that the pandemic has increased their interest in travelling sustainably.
Iraq warned that oil demand will probably rise as the supply crunch in natural gas markets forces consumers to look for alternative fuels, echoing the views of fellow Opec member Nigeria.