Hong Kong’s dismantling of hotel quarantine for arrivals is being met by calls for the city to remove remaining restrictions on travellers to help revive its fortunes as an international financial hub.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said the US economy may be entering a “new normal” following disruptions from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Qatar First Bank LLC has announced that it has obtained the required approvals from the regulatory authorities to change its name and logo.
Buyout firms have been forced to erase billions of dollars from the value of their wagers in the economic downturn, and financial regulators are now scrutinising whether managers are reducing fees for investors when those deals sour.
Meeza has been selected by Mowasalat (Karwa) to accelerate its digital transformation and become its key IT services provider.
International Gas Union expects liquefied natural gas demand to grow further in 2022 as the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict continues to impact global gas supply, reinforcing LNG’s critical role in global energy security.
Qatar will soon establish first trade finance centre in the Near East Beltway Initiative (NEBI) region, comprising 20 countries with a combined $8tn economy, 2.5bn population and 30mn small and medium enterprises or SMEs transacting more than $2tn in trade finance transactions per annum.
The US rate hike continued to have its influence on the Qatar Stock Exchange, which Sunday opened the week weak and its key index tanked 192 points and capitalisation eroded QR12bn
Following a two-year respite due to the Covid-19 pandemic, ‘Back 2 Business Qatar’ is expected to gather some 300 participants on September 28 at the Pulman Doha in West Bay.
Qatar saw a strong double-digit year-on-year growth in the number of aircraft and passengers through the Hamad International Airport in August 2022.
London’s investment bankers have long grumbled that the region’s bonus cap crimped their pay in high times. Its demise arrives in a year when few expect the change to unleash bumper payouts.