Qatar’s transformation into a self-reliant and self-sufficient nation in the past three years has improved the local market, allowing it to offer more tourism-related and shopping opportunities to local and international clientele, a prominent business leader has said.
Swiss authorities have opened an investigation into money transfers by Lebanon’s central bank Governor Riad Salameh, a Lebanese government official told Reuters yesterday. Salameh denied any wrongdoing.
India is considering revising its foreign investment rules for e-commerce, three sources and a government spokesman told Reuters, a move that could compel players, including Amazon.com Inc, to restructure their ties with some major sellers.
European stock markets were softer yesterday after a strong showing in Asia, as investors reacted to comments by US Treasury secretary nominee Janet Yellen, and Covid-19 developments.
European stock markets edged up yesterday following a strong showing in Asia, ahead of a key speech from US Treasury secretary nominee Janet Yellen.
Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund is looking east for deals in an effort to diversify an investment portfolio heavily weighted toward North America and Europe.
The domestic funds were seen net buyers on Tuesday on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which otherwise lost more than 94 points to close below 10,800 levels.
The new US administration’s plans for renewable energy and the production of oil and shale gas are not different from the previous policy of the Democrats in terms of moderation in the oil and gas industry.
Doha has retained its place as Australia’s second largest trading partner in the Middle East and North Africa (Mena) region with the Australia-Qatar bilateral trade reaching more than QR5bn ...
The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) plans to clear the Boeing 737 MAX to fly again next week, 22 months after the plane was grounded following two fatal crashes.