Qatar’s GDP is set to exceed $200bn in four years and reach $204bn by 2025, according to researcher FocusEconomics.
Carriers in the Middle East lost $7.9bn last year, which represented 6.5% of the global losses in 2020, IATA director general Willie Walsh said on Thursday.
The International Air Transport Association has urged governments in the Middle East “to work together to develop a roadmap to restart aviation to enable a safe, orderly and timely restart.”
The multi-billion dollar North Field East (NFE) project will “reposition Qatar as the world leader” in terms of liquefaction capacity, overtaking Australia, the International Gas Union (IGU) has said in a report.
Qatari banks have displayed resilience despite volatility caused by the pandemic and a drop in oil prices in the region, PwC has said in a report.
Chemical supply chain and operations have been the single most impacted business function within downstream organisations in the GCC in the past 15 months as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA).
Airport processing times have ballooned, post-Covid-19 as authorities need to verify health credentials of travellers, which has already led to confusion in many airports around the world. Pre-Covid-19, passengers, on average, spent about 1.5 hours in travel processes for every journey (check-in, se
Qatar is among 10 Middle East and Central Asian countries that have tapped markets since early 2020, representing 26% of emerging market issuances compared with their combined weight of 6% in emerging markets’ GDP, according to the International Monetary Fund.
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