The State of Qatar's trade balance (the difference between total exports and imports) recorded a surplus of QR12.5bn in November this year
A robust double-digit expansion in shipments to Asian countries helped Qatar's trade surplus grow more than 28% year-on-year to QR16.19bn in November 2018, according to official estimates.
Qatar's commodity trade balance surged to QR15.5bn last September, up by QR 3.1bn, or 25.6%, compared to the same month last year, and a decrease of 11.8% compared to August, 2017.
Sheikh Ahmed touched on German-Qatari bilateral trade and investment ties, highlighting the most recent economic indicators and achievements of both countries.
The country’s international reserves totalled $13.8bn in 2017, according to FocusEconomics. This year, it may touch $16.6bn, $19.3bn in 2021 and $21.7bn in 2022.