Qatar remains the "highest performer" in primary and higher education segments compared to other GCC nations, Alpen Capital has said in a new report.
Travel and tourism spending in Qatar has seen a nearly 4.5% increase to $14.2bn in 2017, the new report said.
Qatar’s hospitality market is expected to maintain growth and total QR5.1bn ($1.4bn) by 2022, a new study by Alpen Capital shows.
Qatar's hospitality market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.1% to $1.4bn by 2022, an Alpen Capital study has said.
Qatar's insurance industry is expected to grow more than 9% to reach $4.6bn by 2021 as rising population continues to drive the demand for health, motor, property and other retail cover; while strategic economic diversification plans help enhance the base of assets available for underwriting
Qatar’s hospitality market is expected to demonstrate the fastest annualised growth of more than 10% over a five-year period up to 2020, owing mainly to tourism-related developments ahead of the landmark FIFA 2022 World Cup in the country, a new report has shown.
Qatar’s wholesale and retail trade grew to $15.3bn last year, accounting for nearly 10% of the country’s GDP in 2016, a new report by Alpen Capital has shown.
The Qatari hospitality sector revenue, which is slated to grow annually at 12.9% to $1.6bn during 2015-20, may see its key operating metrics remain under pressure in the short term but likely to rebound in the long term, according to Alpen Capital.