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Qatar Airways thanks teachers with ‘complimentary tickets’

Teachers from around the world can receive an economy class return ticket and a discount for their efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. Qatar Airways launched a mass giveaway to thank teachers across the globe with...

New financial strategy plan to ‘diversify, strengthen’ Qatar’s economy

The new plan focuses on economic diversification and strengthening Qatar’s financial and economic sectors.  A new financial strategy plan for 2020-2022 was put forward by the Ministry of Finance at a cabinet meeting on Wednesday,...

More than 1,000 Qatari, Turkish companies exchange business opportunities

Doha and Ankara exhibited trade relations between the two countries in a virtual event on Tuesday. A total of 1,500 Qatari and Turkish companies explored career opportunities in a webinar hosted by Qatar Chamber (QC)...

Qatar Airways gets QAR 7.3 billion government lifeline in response to losses

Qatar Airways has received QAR 7.3 billion in government aid to help the national carrier through what has been the most difficult period for the aviation industry. The airline had recorded QAR 7 billion...

‘Resilient’ Qatar maintains stable outlook despite obstacles, Moody’s says

Moody's Investors Service, a leading provider of credit ratings, research, and risk analysis, said on Thursday that Qatar’s unsecured debt rating is at Aa3 with a stable outlook, despite COVID-19 struggles. The rating has been...

Qatar real estate transactions top QR4 billion in August alone

Indicators show that Qatar’s real estate sector has continued to grow despite the COVID-19 pandemic.  The total volume of real estate transactions for August is QR4.156 billion for 497 deals, according to the Ministry of...

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All you need to know about the new iPhone 12

After a long wait, Apple has finally announced four new 5G-equipped iPhones in a virtual event on Tuesday, but how different are they from...

‘We’ve been suffering for a long time’: Migrant workers struggle as company delays payments for almost a year

Workers were left with no choice but to break their silence in June after not receiving their salaries for 10 months, prompting authorities to...

Saudi minister hints at lifting the illegal blockade

Riyadh’s top diplomat stated that he believed the end of the rift will be in the ‘relatively near future’. Saudi’s Foreign Minister, Prince Faisal bin...

Life after COVID-19: what will it be like?

By Menatalla Ibrahim This week Qatar began phase one of easing the lockdown; after enduring over two months of closed shops malls, mosques, schools as...