Despite unstable oil prices, Qatar’s private sector witnessed an almost 6% growth in 2018, HE the Minister of Finance Ali Sherif al-Emadi said during a panel discussion at the Doha Forum on Saturday.
His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani's appreciation of the role played by the private sector in Qatar places great responsibility on those responsible for this sector ...
Qatar Chamber will continue to forge ties with local and international partners to continue its bid to strengthen the country’s private sector, which is leading the drive towards economic diversification ...
Growth of new business remained robust overall while job creation accelerated to a survey-record high amid elevated sentiment across the private sector.
Saleh bin Hamad al-Sharqi said Qatar’s hosting of the FIFA World Cup in 2022 will create an economic spillover on various sectors.
HE the Minister of State Hamad bin Abdulaziz al-Kuwari said: “The government, every citizen, and everyone living in Qatar worked very hard and they succeeded in proving the unity of Qatar in facing the blockade.”
The government and state-linked companies have long been the mainstay of credit growth and will continue to be, especially as Qatar prepares to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The minister confirmed that the job seekers will be given the opportunity to browse all vacancies available in public and private sectors.
The forum was held with the aim of enhancing economic, trade and investment co-operation between the two sides and opening up prospects for communication between representatives of the Qatari and Belgian private sectors.
The QDGTP, being implemented by the Ministry of Transport and Communications, aims to build highly qualified management and boost leadership capabilities of technology personnel.
The total value of Qatar's non-oil exports in 2017 reached QR18.1bn, according to Qatar Chamber’s latest monthly report on the foreign trade of the private sector.
Citing “strong ties” between Qatar and Turkey, HE the Minister of Economy and Commerce Sheikh Ahmed bin Jassim bin Mohamed al-Thani said cooperation between both countries “is witnessing a steady increase.”