The Ministry of Justice has recorded 2,373 transactions in one week from June 23 to 27 at its service centres and branches across the country - an increase of 5% when compared to the previous week.
The transactions included real estate registration, documentation and associated services, and those provided through the ministry’s real estate registration and documentation portal.
In a statement, the ministry said that the increase in transactions registered in July, despite the fact that about 60 days have elapsed since the siege of Qatar, affirms that the country’s economy is strong and that its main indicators continue to grow, especially the indicators of the real estate sector. The statement pointed out that these indicators show that citizens, residents and investors of different categories are not affected by the repercussions of the measures taken by the siege countries.
The ministry pointed out that various transactions, whether those by individuals, companies or investors, are continuing at their usual pace, while visitors associate the growing pace of transactions with the vitality of the Qatari economy and the efficiency of the government procedures taken since the beginning of the siege.
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