Investments in Qatar’s food industries stood at $308mn out of the total manufacturing investments worth $82.6bn in 2016, a 0.4% share of the total investments, the Gulf Organisation for Industrial Consulting (Goic) has reported.
Qatargas and RasGas have “safely and successfully” completed the first co-loading of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) for split delivery.
The Qatar index rose 0.3% to 9,134 points yesterday, as most stock markets in the Gulf rose modestly, lifted by a rally in oil prices at the end of last week.
While governments in the region have long relied on oil- and gas-fired power plants to add capacity, efforts to diversify the power mix are gaining momentum with renewable energy and nuclear at the forefront, Apicorp Energy Research has said in a new report.
The recovery in US and global stocks following the early August scare on North Korea proved short-lived with multiple uncertainties dragging key indices lower on Thursday.
The UK is piling pressure on the European Union to shift the focus of Brexit negotiations away from the terms of divorce and onto their future relationship.
Brexit may dominate factors influencing the pound’s fortunes again this week, with the UK set to lay out its position in at least three areas of negotiation with the European Union.
China’s big trade surpluses hog all the headlines, but imbalances go both ways.
It’s a lot harder for David Yim to rack up the airline miles these days.
Novo Nordisk said its experimental treatment semaglutide proved to be more effective than a competing therapy from Eli Lilly & Co in controlling glucose levels and aiding in weight loss for diabetics.
Warren Buffett takes pride in naming his price to buy a company, and not paying a nickel more.