Gulf Times - USQBC
US companies see Qatar as gateway to Middle East, Gulf region

US companies see Qatar as gateway to Middle East, Gulf region

US companies keen on investing in the Qatari market are also looking beyond Doha, which is being eyed as a gateway to other markets in the Middle East and Gulf region

Opening of USQBC Doha office to further bolster US-Qatar ties

Opening of USQBC Doha office to further bolster US-Qatar ties

The opening of the US-Qatar Business Council’s (USQBC) Doha office on Monday is seen to further strengthen economic ties between Qatar and the US, as well as private sector relations ...

USQBC president lauds Qatar for legal reforms aimed at attracting more FDI

USQBC president lauds Qatar for legal reforms aimed at attracting more FDI

An official of the US-Qatar Business Council (USQBC) has lauded Qatar for recent reforms announced by the government

US exports to Qatar reach $5.15bn in 2018: USQBC official

US exports to Qatar reach $5.15bn in 2018: USQBC official

US exports to Qatar have increased in 2018 to reach $5.15bn, a reflection of the continued strengthening of both countries’ trade relations, an official of the US-Qatar Business Council ...

‘Siege countries lost credibility’

‘Siege countries lost credibility’

The blockading countries have lost their credibility before the American business community, US-Qatar Business Council (USQBC) president ambassador Anne Patterson has said.

US firms 'keen to explore investment scopes in Qatar'

US firms 'keen to explore investment scopes in Qatar'

Two-way trade between Qatar and US worth $125bn is predicted to double

Karnataka defies top court’s Cauvery order

Karnataka defies top court’s Cauvery order

Defying the Supreme Court’s latest order, Karnataka has decided not to release more Cauvery river water to Tamil Nadu till the state legislature discussed and decided on the inter-state dispute today.