Japan's Mitsubishi Corp and Tokyo Electric Power Co (Tepco) said on Monday they had won a contract to build a 300 billion yen ($2.5 billion) gas-fired power plant in Qatar, as Japan steps up investment in infrastructure in Asia.
SAK Holding Group, a leading Qatari real estate developer, has launched a novel initiative under which all land and property owners in capital Doha can partner with them for development of key properties and earn attractive returns.
Qatar-based Al Khalij Commercial Bank (al khaliji) said it has joined hands with National Bank of Fujairah (NBF) for a landmark structured finance deal for Pacific Controls, a pioneer of IoT (Internet of Things) and a global player in the
Alfardan Properties, a leading luxury lifestyle solutions provider in Qatar, said it has won a major award for its luxury residential real estate projects at the 2015 Luxury Lifestyle Awards held recently in Dubai, UAE.
Qatar Airways has won the Middle East Smart Government and Smart Services Excellence Award for its ‘Smart Tourism E-Services, at a ceremony held by the Middle East Excellence Awards Institute recently in Dubai, UAE.
Barcelona midfielder and captain Xavi confirmed on Thursday he will leave his boyhood club at the end of the season and has agreed to join Qatari side Al Sadd after a glittering career stretching over 17 seasons.
The 35-year-old f
Qatar, host nation of the 2022 Fifa World Cup, is still doing little to improve conditions for migrant workers despite promising reform last year, Amnesty International said on Wednesday.
Amnesty said in a briefing that little had
Qatar plans to build an underwater broadcast studio for TV coverage during the Fifa World Cup in 2022, said a report citing a designer working on potential plans for the project.
Reef Worlds, a US-based company that focuses on bui
Doha Bank has become the first Qatari Bank to establish full scale banking operations in India following a launch in Mumbai.
“This is a historic day for Doha Bank's expansion in the Indian subcontinent,” said Doha
Fifa's sponsors must challenge soccer's world governing body over human rights abuses at the 2022 World Cup construction sites in Qatar, pressure group New Fifa Now and international workers' unions said on Monday.