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Qatar, Ukraine to forge partnerships in jewellery, amber industry, says business council exec

Qatar, Ukraine to forge partnerships in jewellery, amber industry, says business council exec

Qatar and Ukraine are expected to pursue partnership agreements in the jewellery and amber industry following “successful collaborative discussions” between leading companies from both countries ...

HBKU delegates discuss prospects, partnerships at Russian academy

HBKU delegates discuss prospects, partnerships at Russian academy

Representatives from Hamad Bin Khalifa University’s (HBKU) College of Public Policy recently travelled to Moscow where they visited the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration ...

Qatar-China ties promise economic partnerships and advanced stages of integration

Qatar-China ties promise economic partnerships and advanced stages of integration

After two successful visits to South Korea and Japan, His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani arrives to the People's Republic of China for the third stop of His Highness' Asian tour ...

US committed to Canada, Saudi Arabia ties: State Dept

US committed to Canada, Saudi Arabia ties: State Dept

Mike Pompeo was the highest-level US official to weigh in publicly on the dispute between Ottawa and Riyadh.

Ooredoo hosts South Korean startup delegation to explore partnerships for innovation economy

Ooredoo hosts South Korean startup delegation to explore partnerships for innovation economy

Ooredoo has hosted a South Korean startup delegation to explore partnerships for Qatar’s innovation economy, and to exchange best practices with Qatar’s entrepreneurs.

Blockade opens new opportunities for hospitality sector

Blockade opens new opportunities for hospitality sector

New markets, different partnerships, and fresh opportunities have opened for the hospitality sector in Qatar following the economic blockade imposed by the Saudi-led bloc ...

Shebaab attack on Kenya university ends, 147 dead

Shebaab attack on Kenya university ends, 147 dead

Gunmen from the Islamist militant group Shebaab stormed a university in Kenya and killed at least 147 people yesterday, in the worst attack on Kenyan soil since the US embassy was bombed in 1998.