Report to focus on Qatar bid to boost private sector
Doha, November 6, 2013
The changes Qatar is introducing to its legal and regulatory framework, as its diversification efforts progress under the new leadership, will be mapped out in a forthcoming report.
The Report: Qatar 2014, to be published by Oxford Business Group (OBG), will provide key analysis of the new Commercial Companies Law (CCL), issued by the Ministry of Economy and Trade, and its implications for the global investment community.
The publication will also chart the setting up of the Economic Zones Corporation, which should help drive Qatar’s bid to increase private sector growth.
OBG has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on research facilities for the first time with the law firm, Al Misnad & Rifaat, for the report. Under the MOU, OBG will have access to the firm’s expertise and research resources which will be used to compile the Law Chapter of The Report: Qatar 2014.
OBG’s regional editor, Oliver Cornock, said he expected the group’s forthcoming report to provide in-depth updates on the country’s major capital works projects which are gathering pace.
Khalifa Al-Misnad, Founding Partner, Al Misnad & Rifaat, added that the range of initiatives Qatar was offering to support entrepreneurial ventures would also be given wide-ranging coverage. – TradeArabia News Service
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