An exhibition - shedding light on the Qatari cultures and traditions as well as its economic capabilities, National Vision 2030 and 2022 FIFA World Cup - will begin on Saturday in Miami, Florida.
Several Qatari institutions as the Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC), Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, Qatar Investment Authority, Qatar Airways, BeIN Sports, Doha Film Institute (DFI) and Qatar Foundation (QF) are taking part in the event, which is being held as part of the country’s economic tour to the US.
A large number of American companies - including ExxonMobil, Occidental Petroleum, and Boeing - which have investment projects in Qatar will also be present at the exhibition.
The exhibition, which will have small, creative models of six stadiums that will host the World Cup 2022, will also tour Washington DC and both North and South Carolina.
The MEC's pavilion aims to showcase the strengths of the Qatari economy as well as the depth of economic ties between the two countries by presenting interactive info-graphic designs that focus on these aspects.
The QF will use info-graphic designs and discuss its educational and scientific research programmes, and how it supports Qatar's development.
The DFI will highlight its latest movies, as well as the awards won by the institute's Ajyal Film Festival. It will also screen a film that focuses Msheireb Downtown Doha project.
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