30/5/2011Visa issuance procedures in Qatar have been accelerated to meet growing demand of foreign labourers, who are required to work on booming infrastructure projects planned in Qatar over the coming years.
30/5/2011More than 550 exhibitors from 31 nations are participating in Doha Trade Fair 2011 (DTF 2011), titled Shop the World, which is likely to be the biggest fun shopping event to be ever organized in Doha.
25/5/2011Apart from being a major tourist hub, Dohas Souq Waqif is set to further strengthen its reputation in this line, as it plans to set up new hotels and amenities and additional parking lots, revealed the General Manager of Souq Waqif, Mohammed Al Salim.
10/5/2011One of the biggest shopping events in Qatar, the Doha Trade Fair 2011 (DTF), will be unveiled on 4th June at the Doha Exhibition Centre, involving participation of diplomatic VIPs from several embassies in Qatar.
26/4/2011According to the IFP Group, the organizers of the leading construction show for Qatar and GCCc, Project Qatar, construction companies in the Middle East region are looking towards playing a major role in the current construction boom about to happen in Qatar.
26/4/2011According to sources, the Korean delegation from major companies in Korea have expressed confidence on striking deals on big infrastructure projects likely to be implemented in Qatar, for the FIFA World Cup 2022.
21/4/2011With about just six months left for implementation of the law banning accommodation of single workers in residential areas, the New Industrial Area is yet to get ready for accommodation of workers to be relocated from various parts of the city.
12/4/2011The government in Qatar has been increasingly investing on countrys preparations for global extravaganza, such as the FIFA World Cup 2022, among others, as they are likely to generate considerable amount of opportunities for global and major regional firms in logistics, transport and related industries during the coming years.
29/3/2011Foreign workers entering Qatar on recruitment can complete all necessary formalities for obtaining residence permit on arrival at the airport, announced a senior official at the Ministry of Interior.
29/3/2011An Egyptian and a Pakistani have become the first two expatriates to receive residence permits in Qatar, under the sponsorship of real estate properties owned by them, in line with Cabinet Resolution No.
14/3/2011The unified e-government portal, Hukoomi, in Qatar, will soon introduce Qpay System, an online payment platform for the convenience of its users, to transact their payments with the government.