Qatar's economy will return to “positive” growth in 2021, of 1.8%, on the back of economic benefits from a “recovery” in Chinese and global LNG demand, as well as the diplomatic “breakthrough” in the GCC crisis ...
Qatar’s ability to fully service its debt obligations remains strong, despite the economic shock from the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and a collapse in oil prices ...
Qatar's ability to fully service its debt obligations remains strong, although there will be an expected surge in the country’s fiscal financing needs, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has said in an update.
Latest rate cut reaffirms Qatar’s commitment to maintain currency peg to the dollar, in which hydrocarbons export receipts are denominated, Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has said in a report.
Qatar Investment Authority’s assets provide “strong support” for the country’s currency peg to the dollar, EIU has said in its latest update.
Qatar's real economic growth will remain stable between 2019 and 2030 and average 3.1% during the period, according to the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).
Reserves at the Qatar Central Banks “remains high” although annual average oil prices are forecast to fall in 2019, Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has said in an overview.
The impending launch of the long-awaited Barzan natural gas development together with capital spending related to the hosting of the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be “positive factors” for Qatar’s growth ...
Qatar’s self-sufficiency drive extends beyond food and fits with the country’s long-standing drive for diversification and private-sector development, Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has said in a report.
Maersk Line, the world’s biggest shipping company, is to buy smaller rival Hamburg Süd, joining a wave of M&A in the industry just over two months after the Danish company revealed plans to bolster its transport operations.