The regular cabinet meeting, chaired by HE the Prime Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani meeting, on Wednesday approved a draft law on organic inputs and products.
HE the Prime Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al-Thani chaired the Cabinet regular meeting, held Wednesday morning at its seat at the Emiri Diwan.
The new draft law on organising foreign investment aims to attract foreign capital by 100% in all economic and commercial activities and sectors, thus helping foreign capital inflow which will push forward the country's economic development.
The Cabinet has given its nod to a draft law that seeks to prohibit the use of mobile and other devices while driving and prevent the practice of making children below 10 years sit in the front seats of a vehicle.
A committee will be set up to resolve labour-related disputes in the country, in line with amendments to Law No 14 of 2004 and as part of the government’s efforts to ensure workers’ rights and simplify judicial procedures in such cases.
Non-Qataris may invest up to 100% of the project capital in all sectors of the national economy provided they have a Qatari services agent, according to a draft law approved by the Cabinet.
The Cabinet on Wednesday endorsed a draft decision by HE the Minister of Economy and Commerce specifying the fees for the issue and renewal of consultancy services.