Growth of new business remained robust overall while job creation accelerated to a survey-record high amid elevated sentiment across the private sector.
Qatar has offered a lucrative option, especially for Turkish companies looking to expand their operations to the Middle East and also tap into Doha’s multi-billion dollar infrastructure programme.
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC), one of the world’s leading and fastest growing business and financial centres, has recorded 66% growth year-on-year in new firms licensed during 2017.
Qatar needs to reform interbank liquidity management to study leakages from Islamic banks through interbank finance as part of a strategic roadmap for Shariah finance ...
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) is seeing a surge in business as Qataris register more of their assets at home and multinationals navigating a blockade of the country boost their local presence, its chief executive Yousuf al-Jaida told Reuters.
Deregulation and liberalisation are among key factors that would allow Qatar to further diversify its economy amid an economic blockade, which has now entered its sixth month ...
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) Authority, in association with Qatar Finance and Business Academy (QFBA), have launched a special programme to offer hearing-impaired high school graduates tailored courses to prepare them for the workforce.
The Qatar Financial Centre authorised firms, which are not within the confines of QFC Towers I and II, seek more clarity on the status of their present designated locations, post relocation of the QFC to Msheireb Downtown Doha.
Construction work on Phase 1 to 3 of the Msheireb Downtown Doha project is now 80% complete, a senior official has said.