Brussels and London pledged yesterday to step up the pace of Brexit trade talks to try to strike a deal by the end of October, after the latest round of negotiations ended with no major breakthrough.
Toyota Motor Corp is teaming up with five Chinese companies including Beijing Automobile Group Co and China FAW Corp to develop fuel cells for commercial vehicles, seeking to push deeper into China and the market for the alternate energy source.
The ‘Made in Qatar’ brand, which has continued to strengthen its presence in both the local and international markets, is seen to expand its footprint further despite an ongoing economic blockade
For the longest time, the only way to get exposure to China’s real estate market, for mom and pop investors at least, was to buy a house.
China’s success in luring foreigners into its domestic debt market, the world’s second largest, faces a new test in coming months as officials try to drum up interest in a record wave of bonds from local authorities.
Equities rallied again yesterday on optimism over the easing of lockdown measures, massive stimulus and signs that the worst of the global economic downturn may be over.
Qatar's substantial fiscal headroom to absorb liquidity issues will buttress the insurance sector and the premiums are expected to rebound in 2021
Stock markets on both sides of the Atlantic powered ahead yesterday, lifted by numbers showing the US economy is generating jobs by the millions again, completely wrong-footing pessimistic analysts.
The lifting of sentiments on the gradual easing of Covid-19 related restrictions had its reflection on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which saw the addition of 379 points in its key index and more than QR20bn in capitalisation.
Jeff Bishop’s LinkedIn post gets right to the point: “Houston Oil & Gas Folks — we’re hiring in Texas” for jobs in clean tech.
The owner of British Airways is considering launching a legal challenge against the UK’s looming quarantine plan, in the latest sign of a breakdown in relations between airlines and the government over the coronavirus pandemic.
Several British politicians criticised HSBC Holdings Plc’s support for China’s sweeping proposed security legislation for Hong Kong, soon after the global lender’s top executive in Asia publicly showed his support for Beijing.