Digitalisation and smart infrastructure are key to helping cities like Doha provide a “high quality of life, prepare for future challenges, and offer an environment that encourages economic growth”, says Siemens Qatar CEO Adrian Wood.
Most GCC states are able to “lean on their large foreign assets to support currency pegs and temper speculative pressures” on government debt securities, Fitch Solutions has said in a report.
The world is swiftly moving towards an environment never experienced before by humans, with the temperature of the air and oceans breaking records, sea levels reaching historic highs ...
Qatar’s public debt will fall gradually until 2023, FocusEconomics has said in its latest country report.
The aviation industry’s experience with privatised airports has been “disappointing”, said IATA director-general and CEO Alexandre De Juniac.
On February 9, it will be 50 years since the first Boeing ‘Jumbo’ straddled the international skies.
Qatar and the European Union have “concluded negotiations” for a landmark Comprehensive Air Transport Agreement, which may take effect before the year-end.
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