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India relaxes fiscal deficit, cuts taxes to spur growth

India relaxes fiscal deficit, cuts taxes to spur growth

India relaxed its fiscal deficit target Saturday, raising spending and slashing taxes as it seeks to attract foreign investment and increase consumption in the wake of a prolonged economic slowdown.

Foreign investment-friendly laws bolster Qatar's real estate growth in 2019: ValuStrat

Foreign investment-friendly laws bolster Qatar's real estate growth in 2019: ValuStrat

The introduction of foreign investment-friendly laws such as legalisation of foreign ownership for various asset classes in some 10 locations has benefited Qatar’s real estate sector in 2019, a new report has shown.

India charges former finanace minister with corruption

India charges former finanace minister with corruption

P. Chidambaram confirmed the charge and said he would "vigorously" contest the case filed by the Central Bureau of Investigation.

MEC: Qatar to provide many incentives to foreign investors

MEC: Qatar to provide many incentives to foreign investors

Foreign investments are not subject to expropriation and investors will be exempt from customs duties.

Cabinet nod for draft law allowing 100% foreign investment in all sectors

Cabinet nod for draft law allowing 100% foreign investment in all sectors

The Cabinet on Wednesday took the necessary measures to issue a draft law that aims to attract non-Qatari capital to the country and promote economic development ...

India allows 49% foreign investment in state-run airline

India allows 49% foreign investment in state-run airline

Once the country's monopoly airline, Air India has slowly lost market share to new low-cost private players in one of the world's fastest-growing airline markets.

Saudi to open stock market wider to foreigners next month

Saudi to open stock market wider to foreigners next month

Saudi Arabia will ease restrictions on foreign investment in its securities markets next month, sooner than previously indicated, in an effort to attract more institutional money into its bourse, the regulator said.