Qatar’s private sector, especially the construction segment, is poised for a good start this year as prospects brightened with the overall building permits issued saw a robust double-digit growth month-on-month in December 2020, according to the official statistics.
Qatar's non-energy private sector economy continued to expand towards the end of 2020, according to the November Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) survey data.
Qatar’s “young and growing” private sector is all set to collaborate and share experiences with the US market, following the country’s successful diversification and growth across all sectors
Doha's non-energy private sector economy continued to expand in September as coronavirus-related restrictions were lifted further, according to the Qatar Financial Center (QFC).
On the back of vital government support, the private sector is seen to contribute further in efforts to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) and to continue its role in nation building and economic development
Qatar’s private sector has continued to play an active role in maintaining the country’s economic development amid the challenges wrought by the impact of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has taken note of Qatar’s targeted measures aimed at supporting the private sector in view of the Covid-19 crisis
Buoyed by the successful of listing of Baladna and the sound macroeconomics of the country, Qatar’s private sector has evinced greater interests in becoming public