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In a bid to deepen Qatari-Chinese trade ties, Qatar is all set to exhibit Made in China Exhibition 2015 in Doha to draw more Chinese companies and investors to play a role in the development of Qatar.
The GCC nations are working to build a GCC rail network over the coming years, and they will continue to fuel the rapid development in the regionís transport sector, a new report said.
The Mall of Qatar, which is due to be unveiled by the year-end, will house the largest IMAX screen in the world, which would introduce a new ground-breaking 3D laser technology, it has been announced.
In an initiative aimed at improving traffic flow to Hamad International Airport (HIA), and several other locations in Doha, Ashghal has announced the opening of F-Ring Road to traffic.
Investments worth up to $45bn have been planned for tourism-related projects in Qatar up to the year 2030, said a senior official in Qatar.
Qatar last week unveiled design of Qatar Foundation Stadium and Health & Wellness Precinct, the fourth stadium in Doha featuring innovative cooling technology, just as in all other proposed World Cup venues, a report said.
Qatar is all set to spend $182bn over the next five years on infrastructure, after having completion a total of 9,213 projects worth QR80bn last year.
Qatar has unveiled new designs for renovation of the Khalifa Football and Athletics Stadium in Doha, a report said.
In the run-up to 2022 FIFA World Cup, and in accordance with Qatar National Vision 2030, the government of Qatar plans to invest about QR255bn on infrastructure and transport, apart from hotels and stadiums, says Deloitte, a management consultancy.
The second edition of Qatar International Boat Show has opened doors today at Mourjan Marinas, Lusail City.
All taxis in Qatar will shortly have a unified call centre facility and a single toll-free number, operated by the public transport company, Mowasalat.
The proposed amendments in the labour law to be implemented by the year end, will make salary transfer to bank accounts mandatory, said the Minister of Labour and Social Affairs, HE Dr.
Qatar has launched a new mobile phone application, which can possibly make the roads in the country safer by blocking a motorist phone call or message when driving.
A major stretch of C-Ring Road from Ramada Intersection to Al Kinana Intersection, near La Cigale hotel which is currently partially shut, will now open to traffic from 10th November, said Ashghal, the Public Works Authority.
The Barwa Real Estate Group is likely to build QR500mn mall Alaateda, featuring about 650 retail shops, in proximity to Msheireb Downtown, which is under construction, a report said.
The Prime Minister and Interior Minister H E Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani issued a directive to begin work on a proposal to establish three new central markets in Qatar to meet the demands of fast-growing population.
More than 50 local and international firms are participating in the Doha International Flowers and Garden Exhibition to be held from 20th November to 22nd November at the Museum of Islamic Art (MIA) Park.
There has been an abnormal spurt in property prices, particularly for land plots, which in turn, has led to increased rentals for housing units and commercial spaces.
The 10th Milipol Qatar Exhibition kick-started at the Doha Exhibition Centre yesterday, with hundreds of visitors from across the regionís states having flocked to the venue to visit the pavilions showcasing security equipment and solutions.
Despite the concern over weakening global economy, Qatar is ready to invest billions of dollars worth of infrastructure investment in the coming years, according to senior economists and banking leaders.
The Founder-President of New7Wonders, Bernard Weber, revealed the 14 official finalists who were through to the last round of the New7Wonders Cities global campaign, in Munich, Germany.
Largest chain of cinemas in Middle East, Novo Cinemas, and subsidiary of Qatar Media Services has announced the signing of a deal with North Gate Mall, Doha.
As the cost of construction continue to escalate due to growing demand for materials amidst the building boom, Qataris are once again complaining that the housing loan provided to them by the state is insufficient.
The Pearl-Qatar has witnessed opening of several new stores in the growing precincts of Porto Arabia and Medina Centrale, thereby fulfilling the promise of retail bliss by the island and catering to the growing number of residents and visitors looking for exclusive shopping and dining experience in Doha.
The Minister of Culture Arts and Heritage, HE Dr Hamad bin Abdul Aziz al Kuwari said that campaigns against Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup bid is irregular, and should be faced with confidence.
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