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Qatar's trade balance records QR12bn surplus November

Qatar's trade balance records QR12bn surplus November

The State of Qatar's trade balance (the difference between total exports and imports) recorded a surplus of QR12.5bn in November this year

Qatar posts Q3 trade surplus of QR38.2bn

Qatar posts Q3 trade surplus of QR38.2bn

Qatar's trade balance (the difference between total exports and imports) during the third quarter of 2019, recorded a surplus of QR38.2bn, down from QR49.9bn

Qatar trade surplus grows to QR16.19bn in November

Qatar trade surplus grows to QR16.19bn in November

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 trade balance jumps 25.6% to QR15.5bn in September

Qatar trade balance jumps 25.6% to QR15.5bn in September

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.

Scope to expand investment ties with Germany: Minister

Scope to expand investment ties with Germany: Minister

Sheikh Ahmed touched on German-Qatari bilateral trade and investment ties, highlighting the most recent economic indicators and achievements of both countries.

Qatar’s GDP may exceed QR773bn by 2022: report

Qatar’s GDP may exceed QR773bn by 2022: report

GDP per capita in dollar terms will be $62,493 this year and $75,032 in 2022, according to FocusEconomics.

Qatar's international reserves may touch $16.8bn by 2020

Qatar's international reserves may touch $16.8bn by 2020

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.

Kerry in Nigeria amid report of Boko deaths

Kerry in Nigeria amid report of Boko deaths

Nigeria’s air force said it had killed a number of senior Boko Haram fighters and possibly their overall leader, and US Secretary of State John Kerry arrived for talks on tackling the militants.