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UK ministers tell companies to stop Brexit warnings

UK ministers tell companies to stop Brexit warnings

A British minister accused Airbus and other major companies of issuing ‘completely inappropriate’ threats and undermining Prime Minister Theresa May in a sign of growing tensions with businesses leaders over Brexit.

1,958 new companies registered in Qatar in May

1,958 new companies registered in Qatar in May

Contracting companies topped the list of most common activities in May, with 361 commercial records issued in this field.

6 hours per day work for private staff in Ramadan

6 hours per day work for private staff in Ramadan

The Ministry Of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs has called on companies and establishments to reduce working hours to six per day during the holy month of Ramadan.

Qatar’s e-commerce market set to rise threefold by 2022

Qatar’s e-commerce market set to rise threefold by 2022

HE the Minister of Transport and Communications Jassim Seif Ahmed al-Sulaiti said that total global e-commerce from companies to consumers touched $2.2tn in 2017.

Qatar firms secure QR500mn deals via QDB’s Tasdeer

Qatar firms secure QR500mn deals via QDB’s Tasdeer

In 2017, QDB brought more than 500 Qatari companies to over 100 exhibitions abroad, according to QDB CEO Abdulaziz bin Nasser al-Khalifa, who spoke to reporters recently on the sidelines of a launching event.

1,015 companies registered in September: MEC

1,015 companies registered in September: MEC

Qatar has witnessed the registration of total 1,015 companies in September this year, according to the Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC).

Blockade: Losses mount for Saudi, UAE companies

Blockade: Losses mount for Saudi, UAE companies

The daily losses of a considerable number of Saudi Arabian and UAE companies continue to escalate due to the unfair blockade imposed on Qatar by their governments, local Arabic daily Arrayah reported.

MEC asks company owners to use same brand name

MEC asks company owners to use same brand name

The Ministry of Economy and Commerce has called on the owners of all types of companies with branches operating under a different name or conducting activities ... to come forward to make necessary amendments.

Ransomware cyber attack hits Telefonica, Spanish firms

Ransomware cyber attack hits Telefonica, Spanish firms

Spain's government warned on Friday that a large number of companies had been attacked by cyber criminals who infected computers with malicious software known as "ransomware” that locks up computers and demands ransoms to restore access.

Technologies, products unveiled at Project Qatar show

Technologies, products unveiled at Project Qatar show

As many as 516 exhibitors from 33 countries are showcasing their products, technologies and solutions at the Project Qatar 2017 exhibition, which was inaugurated on Monday at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre.

Forbes Middle East fetes Qatar’s top 40 companies

Forbes Middle East fetes Qatar’s top 40 companies

Forbes Middle East recognised Qatar’s top 40 listed companies in a ceremony titled ‘Celebrating Qatar’s Success’ held on Monday at St Regis Doha.

Companies given more time to comply with new law

Companies given more time to comply with new law

Companies in Qatar will have another six months to comply with the new Commercial Companies Law no 11 of 2015, from February 7.