Qatar Chamber (QC) has issued its monthly economic newsletter for December 2020 which highlighted the most prominent trends in the Qatari economy, as well as statistics related to foreign trade and trade of private sector in October 2020.
Current challenges to worldwide investments began a while before Covid-19. This year, investment flows of all forms fell to a new low between the USA and China.
Germany is expected to unveil a strong rebound in GDP for the third quarter on Friday, but relief could be short-lived as the country stands on the brink of new shutdowns to contain a second coronavirus wave.
Qatar's Widam Food Company and US' Tyson Fresh Meats have signed MoU; Qatar-US bilateral trade amounted to more than $9.43bn in 2019; Qatar Investment Authority is channelling up to $45bn in investments ...
The global oil market is expected to tighten before the year-end, with demand outpacing supply growth, National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) has said in an economic report.
Global Corps have announced more than 200,000 job cuts or buyouts in recent weeks, a worrying sign that more losses will come as furloughs implemented early in the pandemic turn into permanent layoffs.
Japan was hit by its biggest economic slump on record in the second quarter as the coronavirus pandemic emptied shopping malls and crushed demand for cars and other exports ...
Gold hit a record high Monday as investors rushed into the safe-haven on concerns about China-US tensions, a spike in virus infections around the world and a lack of progress on a new stimulus bill in Washington.
Thai Finance Minister Uttama Savanayana resigned on Thursday in a move that adds uncertainty to policy-making as Southeast Asia's worst-performing economy struggles to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 crisis.
The new Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Law is seen to further boost the private sector’s contribution to the country’s economic development, Qatar Chamber chairman Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim al-Thani said during the first PPP conference ...
WISH 2020, which Doha will host, will contribute to exploring effective innovative solutions in addressing the major health challenges facing health systems around the world, including the Covid-19 crisis.
The Public-Private Partnership (PPP) scheme is necessary for the delivery of various projects in different sectors, Qatar Chamber chairman Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim al-Thani has said.