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The Abu Dhabi Investment House (ADIH) has completed 65% of the Entertainment City project in Qatar, revealed a senior official.
Aspire Zone Foundation will host a sports festival as part of its healthy lifestyle activities during the Holy month of Ramadan.
The migrant worker housing project, conceived by a team from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) in Qatar, is being promoted as a holistic and sustainable model.
Doha Festival City has bagged the prestigious Best Future Project award at the Global RLI Awards 2012 gala dinner, at National History Museum in London.
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) has named four innovative towers in Qatar, Canada, Australia and Italy as the best tall buildings in the world for 2012.
The first phase of the Heart of Doha project, by Msheireb Properties, is due for handover by end of 2012, an official source revealed.
Qatar Airways this week began its first flight service to Baghdad ever-since Saddam Husseins invasion of Kuwait in 1990, a month following the launch of services to Kurdish region.
Qatar has been ranked as the most competitive country in the Gulf, as per the latest rankings published by the International Institute for Management Development (IMD).
Plans are underway to build Education City (EC) Stadium, and work on site will begin early next year, the experts who participated in the World Stadium Congress 2012, being held in Doha Sheraton Hotel, revealed.
Qatar will soon issue a new tourism law this month, so that the Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) can establish a new infrastructure prior to 2022 Football World Cup, due to be held in Doha, a senior QTA official revealed.
The major fire that broke out in an upscale mall in Doha yesterday, killed several people, including children, local media reported.
Mohammed Hamad Al Mana Group of Companies in Doha has launched its brand new ABC Business Centre, at the heart of Downtown Doha.
Qatar will unveil Cityscape Qatar, the worlds leading real estate exhibition this month, thereby showcasing wide range and scope of real estate development opportunities and projects to investors and major industry professionals from across the globe.
Qatar is all set to invest nearly $17bn in tourism-related infrastructure projects over the next five years, under the guidance of Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA).
Qatari companies are now seen entering into joint ventures with experienced foreign firms, in order to grab contracts in the soon-to-be- launched multi-billion dollar railway projects.
Qatar tourism sector is among the worlds fastest growing sectors, said the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC).
The Ministry of Municipality and Urban Planning (MMUP) has announced plans to increase the number of public parks, green areas and playgrounds in Qatar.
Project Qatar 2012 has been unveiled at the Doha Exhibition Centre yesterday by H H Sheikh Abdul Rahman bin Khalifa Al Thani, the Minister of Municipality and Urban Planning.
The public transport firm in Qatar, Mowasalat, has launched the first electric buses in Qatar, and also the first of its kind in the world.
Qatar is in the process of drafting a law, which when implemented, will make it mandatory for foreign consultancies establishing their operations in Qatar, to have a Qatari partner.
The ninth international trade exhibition for construction technology, building materials, equipment and environmental technology, Project Qatar, will be held at the Doha Exhibition Centre from 30th April to 3rd May.
The CEO of Qatar Airways, Akbar Al Baker, mentioned that he has been struggling to secure landing rights to strengthen services to Canada.
The ninth annual edition of the leading construction exhibition, Project Qatar 2012, to be held between 30th April and 3rd May in Qatar, will involve participation of at least 2,083 exhibitors from 48 countries, displaying their expertise in the 62,000 square meters area of Doha Exhibition Centre.
The Qatar Railways Company (QRail) has invited at least five tenders for the first phase of the metro rail transit system in the country.
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