Qatar Airways Group has achieved an on-time-performance (OTP) of 90.6% over many months with assistance from its Integrated Operations Centre (IOC) ...
Stable loan-to-deposit ratios; rising capital adequacy and still-low levels of non-performing loans indicate that risks to Qatar’s banking sector remain low, according to Fitch Solutions.
Qatar’s decision to increase LNG output by 30% by 2024 will “increasingly drive Qatar’s next development phase” as the current multi-year wave of infrastructure spending begins to flatten out in terms of growth ...
Buoyant exports will drive Qatar’s current account surplus to nearly 9% of the country’s GDP in 2018; an increase of around 5%, a new QNB report has shown.
With credit continuing to flow, liquidity ample and asset quality and profitability robust, Qatar’s banking sector remains “resilient and healthy”, QNB said in its ‘Qatar Economic Insight – September’.
Helped by higher hydrocarbon prices, government finances are expected to steadily improve with Qatar’s budget seen in “broad balance” this year, before returning to a “healthy surplus” in 2019, according to QNB.
Commercial Bank is planning to expand its ‘60 Seconds Remittance’ service to the UK and other European markets over the next few months, said bank’s executive general manager (consumer banking) Amit Sah.
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