Qatar's $29bn North Field Expansion (NFE) plan to boost LNG output by over 40% over the next several years bodes well for the future of its energy sector, researcher FocusEconomics said in its latest country report.
Those who have recovered from Covid-19 are not given priority in the vaccination against the pandemic, Dr Muna al-Maslamani, medical director of the Communicable Disease Center at Hamad Medical Corporation, told Qatar TV on Monday.
Qatar, which hosts on an average more than 150 sport events annually, on Monday showcased the multi-billion riyal opportunities in the short to medium term in various fields within the sports sector as the country hosts the FIFA World Cup in 2022 and Asian Games in 2030.
The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) reported Sunday 459 new confirmed cases of coronavirus (Covid-19), of which 415 were from community and 44 from travellers returning from abroad who are subject to quarantine.
More than 1,500 volunteers from across Qatar were recently recruited to support the FIFA Club World Cup 2020 Local Organising Committee as the county delivered another successful edition of the tournament.
Qatar aims to be the world’s biggest producer of liquefied natural gas for at least the next two decades, capitalising on rising demand as the world transitions from oil and coal to cleaner energy.
Qatar's ambassador to Ukraine Hadi bin Nasser al-Hajri praised the development of Qatari-Ukrainian relations in various fields.
A recently launched initiative by Qatar Foundation (QF) to identify and support the needs of bright, young students in Qatar, is set to transform the learning process in a big way in the country.
Asia remained the principal destination of Qatar’s exports and the first origin of imports as the country saw QR24.7bn trade balance on trade volumes of QR73.41bn during the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2020 ...
Innovative and cutting-edge fintech ideas by startups and entrepreneurs in Qatar are playing a key role in cementing Qatar’s position as a leading fintech hub in the region and globally.
Qatar’s cost of living, based on consumer price index (CPI) inflation, rose 1.23% month-on-month in January 2021, mainly on account of costlier transport, furniture, communication and food, according to the Planning and Statistics Authority (PSA).