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The hospitality sector in Qatar will receive a major boost as the number of hotels are set to double in the coming years in Qatar, say experts.
Senior official from the Interior Ministry has emphasized that a law regulating entry, exit and residency of expats will get effective from mid-December.
Katara Hospitality announced official opening of Hotel Park, the new public, family-friendly park situated in the heart of Doha's business district.
The maximum parking fee at shopping malls in Qatar has been fixed at QR70 per day, as per the new rate structure prepared by a Committee at the Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC).
More than one million expatriate workers have been benefitted from the Wage Protection System (WPS) in Qatar, wherein, it is mandatory for employers to transfer workers’ salaries on time to their bank accounts, revealed HE Dr.
The 13th International Construction Technology and Building Materials Exhibition, Project Qatar 2016, has been unveiled yesterday, which involves huge participation of entrepreneurs and companies from more than 37 nations.
Latest get-away is the skydiving centre based at the Al Khor airfield in the north of Doha, which has been opened to the public today.
Cityscape Qatar 2016, which concluded in Qatar on 28th April 2016, drew large visitor numbers, including lead figures and real estate developers and huge visitor numbers.
The Fifth edition of Cityscape Qatar Exhibition, one of the largest real estate development and investment exhibitions in the region will open today at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre (DECC).
Alstom, a world pioneer in integrated railway systems, together with Qatar Rail has unveiled the design of the Citadis tram for its four-line network project at Lusail, the latest planned city in Qatar spanning 35 sq km area north of the city centre, Doha.
Hundreds of companies from 37 countries will participate in the 13th edition of Project Qatar to be held from 9th to 12th May 2016 at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre (DECC).
Qatar Postal Service Company (Q-Post) has launched a new e-commerce service to its portfolio, namely Connected.
Souq Waqif, the two-week festival which kick-started on 4th April with children’s rides, games and preparations for art workshops at Al-Ahmed Square with numerous special attractions for families, would conclude on 18th April 2016.
The Ministry of Economy and Commerce in Qatar has issued a decision regulating car parking and valet service charges in malls and shopping centres in Qatar.
Cityscape Qatar 2016, the major real estate development and investment event in Qatar will be unveiled on 26th April 2016 at Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre, under the patronage of Prime Minister and Interior Minister HE Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani.
A record 200,000 people have visited the recently concluded seventh Qatar International Food Festival (QIFF) 2016.
Al Meera Consumer Goods Company has signed deals worth QR239million to build six new shopping centres across the country, as part of its expansion strategy.
Expatriates holding drivers’ license from other GCC states can now go for a road test directly, to be eligible for a Qatari Driver’s License.
The executive regulations to help implement new law regulating entry, exit and residency of expat workers will be released soon.
Qatar is working towards achieving its target of bringing all major government services online by the year 2020, the Ministry of Transport and Communications said.
One of the largest shopping and lifestyle destinations in the country, the Mall of Qatar, has announced plans to establish a major live entertainment arena in Doha at an investment of more than QR100million.
Qatar may house thousands of football fans in Bedouin-style tents in desert areas located in proximity to stadiums during the 2022 World Cup, as falling oil prices have compelled Qatar to delay projects, including building hotels, say recent reports.
The cost of living in Qatar reached its peak in February 2016, with residents having to shell out more for recreation and housing expenses, the latest government figures revealed.
The property market in Qatar may be in for a correction if low oil prices continue to hinder the country’s economy, a report said.
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