Qatar Railways Company (Qatar Rail) recently organised a three-day work visit for a delegation of firemen from the Qatar General Directorate of Civil Defense to the city of Berlin, Germany.
The visit was to learn about world-class
Mall of Qatar, the country's largest leisure, entertainment and shopping complex, will cost QR5.4 billion ($1.48 billion) and will open by Q3 of 2016, said the project's manager/operator.
Poised to become one of the l
The massive infrastructure development owing to upcoming Fifa World Cup 2022 as well as increasing security and IT spending will drive Qatar’s access control market to grow at a CAGR of 12.52 per cent during 2015-21, a report said.
The World Innovation Summit for Education (WISE), a leading international initiative driving innovation and collaboration in education in Qatar, has announced that five projects will join the 2015-2016 WISE Accelerator Programme.
Short-term Qatari money rates fell back on Sunday after the central bank governor signalled monetary conditions would not tighten and said Qatar would not follow the United States in hiking interest rates.
On Thursday Qatar's
A standard building code for the Gulf states will be launched by the year-end, said a report.
Various ministerial committees and agencies concerned with housing will be consulted before the unified code is finalised for launch, re
Qatar's central bank governor sought to dampen expectations for rising interest rates on Saturday after a jump in local bill yields suggested liquidity in the Qatari banking system was beginning to tighten.
On Thursday, the ce
Qatar's central bank unexpectedly halved the size of a routine treasury bill sale on Thursday, a sign that low oil and gas prices are starting to pressure the banking systems of Gulf Arab energy exporters.
Qatar's United Development Company has signed a financing deal to borrow QR738 million ($202.65 million) from Qatar National Bank and Commercial Bank of Qatar, the developer said on Thursday.
The money will be used to fund its
Bouygues Construction and UrbaCon Trading & Contracting have jointly won contracts worth QR2.25 billion ($617 million) from Qatar Public Works Authority (Ashghal) for the design and construction of sewage tunnels in Doha.