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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Peter Kovessy

Peter Kovessy is a reporter with Doha News. Prior to moving to Qatar in 2013, he was the editor of the Ottawa Business Journal in Canada. He holds a Bachelor of Journalism degree from Carleton University.

Qatar expats race to cash in on Brexit currency swings

"It's better money because I'm getting more of it now,” Jaffer, an Indian limousine driver, told Doha News. “I can also send more money back home now because of the rate.”

Qatar Petroleum to take over Tasweeq by end of 2016

QP said Tasweeq's management and employees will continue to manage the day-to-day operations during a “transition period.”

Grace period ends for Qatar mall parking operators

The maximum a person can be charged is QR70 a day. Additionally, there is a cap of QR30 for regular valet parking and QR60 for VIP valet parking.

Qatar, UAE finalize air services agreement

In the case of Sharjah and Ras Al-Khaimah, the number of allowable flights is well above current service levels.

Ministry: Qatar reducing its reliance on unskilled workers

Government officials have said that Qatar needs to attract more white-collar and professional expats if it’s to reduce the country’s dependence on oil and gas.

Qatar to add Pakistani planes to its Emiri air force

The propellor planes are primarily used to train pilots as they practice flying in formation.

“I will resign if even one case is proven to be true where a woman lost her job over pregnancy or for being ‘overweight’...

Qatar's national carrier has been dogged for years by allegations that it discriminates against women.

Qatar to shake up how it sells oil and gas products to the world

The draft law signed off on by the Cabinet would “delegate Qatar Petroleum as a representative to market and sell government-regulated products on its behalf.”
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