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Qatar is one of the best destination in the Middle East for expatriates who wish to boost their standard of living, says the latest Expatriate Explorer survey by HSBC.
Qatar government has signed major deals with three private companies for construction of the first phase of a major labour accommodation project that is eventually likely to house 179,000 workers, a report said.
Several hundreds of tourists exploring the Arabian Gulf on board regional cruises visited Qatar last week.
Hamad International Airport has been awarded Best Airport Award during the first Future Travel Experience (FTE) Asia Awards ceremony, held in Singapore on 18th November 2015.
Qatar Airways will double its services to Australia next year, by including more flights to Sydney in March and Adelaide in May, as it tries to narrow down the advantage now enjoyed by some of the flag-carries in the UAE, on connecting flights between Australia and Europe.
Most important stadium construction sites are evolving rapidly and will rapidly take shape on the ground.
Construction work on Doha Metro is currently in full zoom and the first phase of the project will be ready by end of 2019.
The new law regulating entry, exit and residency of expats in Qatar, has transformed the Kafala (sponsorship) system in Qatar into one controlled by employment contracts, the Interior ministry announced.
The Ministry of Municipality and Urban Planning plans to build 59 new public parks worth total of QR1.
The official launch of $825mn Labour City, the largest workers accommodation facility, which can house about 70,000 workers has been announced.
Lusail Real Estate Development Company showcased its latest environment-friendly and sustainable architectural designs to hundreds of visitors who toured the Qatar Pavilion at Expo Milano 2015.
Hospitality Qatar 2015 has drawn about 7,346 trade visitors, with about 120 exhibitors from over 12 countries, during the event held from October 13th to 15th at Doha Exhibition Centre.
The tourism promotion agency in Qatar expects tourist arrival in the country to surpass three million mark towards the year-end.
A new law on rationalisation of water and electricity consumption, which stipulates fine up to QR20,000 for wasting of tap water has been issued by the Emir HH Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.
The Ministry of Municipality and Urban Planning in Qatar has announced plans to build more than 50 new parks across the country.
The main contractor for Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor in northern Qatar will begin construction work on the site for the semi-finals of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, with the year 2018 being set as completion date.
Leading hospitality, hotel and franchise exhibition in the region, Hospitality Qatar, will be held in October this year, presenting global turnkey solutions to the hospitality and HORECA (Hotels, Restaurants, Cafes) sector.
The Qatar Railways Company (Qatar Rail), which is monitoring the construction of the integrated railway network in Qatar, brought to light the architectural opportunities in the works for Doha Metro Stations, during an awareness day, hosting Qatar Rail employees, Project Managers, Design and Build Contractors, and current and prospect suppliers.
The launch of mandatory online wage payment system for low-income private sector workers has been put off till 2nd November.
Hamad International Airport (HIA), the Qatars gateway to the world, has completed one year of operations, having served a total of 28million passengers from June 2014 to May 2015.
Hospitality Qatar 2015, the Hospitality and HORECA (Hotels, Restaurants, Cafes) Show will be held from 13th to 15th October at the Doha Exhibition Centre (DEC) in Qatar.
The construction sector in Qatar is facing serious challenges due to conservative banking practices being followed, delayed payments, and lack of qualified professionals, say top professionals in the field.
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