Qatar-based United Development Company has reported a net profit of QR732.8 million ($201 million) for 2015, up eight per cent over QR676.3 million ($186 million) the year before.
Announcing the results, the Qatari developer said
Kaleseramik, a leading ceramic tiles manufacturer, has opened its new showroom in Doha, Qatar, in partnership with Al Farman Group, a major supplier and distributor of construction and interior finishes materials.
Smashburger is expanding its presence in the Middle East with plans to open 26 restaurants in Dubai (UAE) and Doha (Qatar) over the next several years.
It has signed a new partnership with Pearll Investments to
The total number of hotel and apartment rooms in Qatar is expected to reach 23,000 by the end of this year, according to a report by Colliers International, a global leader in real estate advisory.
Currently there are close to 18,100 ho
Qatar's innovative project Doha North Sewage Treatment Works (STW), which was developed at a cost of QR3.63 billion ($995 million), has entered the operational stage.
Located in Umm Salal Ali, 25 km to the North of Doha, it is
Pakistan said it has signed a 15-year agreement to import up to 3.75 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas a year from Qatar, a major step in filling Pakistan's energy shortfall.
The deal, Pakistan's biggest, will help t
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Qatar Airways and Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) have announced the return of the Qatar International Food Festival (QIFF) in March.
Running from March 22 to 28, the annual event will celebrate culinary culture under the theme “A D
Cofely Besix Mannai Facility Management (CBMFM) has appointed Robert Willem Cats as the new country manager for Qatar.
A leading facilities management provider in Qatar, the CBMFM was originally founded in 2006 as a joint venture betwee
Qatar may create special courts during the 2022 soccer World Cup to deal quickly and "very gently" with alcohol-consuming fans who break the law in a conservative Muslim state where public drunkenness is prohibited, a Qatari official s