Qatar Economy

Chapter | The Guide from The Report: Qatar 2022

The Guide contains listings of accommodation options throughout the capital city for both business and leisure travellers. Helpful information is laid out on visa regulations and business etiquette, as well as on public and private transport options for navigating during your stay.

Qatar is leveraging its resources to become a knowledge-based, diversified economy fuelled by a dynamic private sector. As such, the country is investing in strategic areas such as agriculture, services, and research and development to further move the economy away from its dependence on hydrocarbons and attract greater foreign direct investment.

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With the publication of its National Environment and Climate Change Strategy in 2021, Qatar has recognised that a proactive and holistic approach is needed to meet the challenge of global warming and environmental degradation.

As part of plans to expand and diversify its global trade partners, the GCC has launched negotiations with the UK on a free trade agreement that is expected to bolster the bloc’s economy, help attract investment and provide greater opportunities for local businesses.


PO Box 1768, Salwa Road, Bin Mahmoud
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Rooms: 538 rooms and suites, including one presidential suite and a one-bedroom apartment.

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Arabic is the official language of Qatar.

“Restoring Hope” sends an important message about returning to normalcy, without, of course, abandoning the means of protection and precaution; this comes after a difficult time that the world has experienced and is still experiencing as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, which has left behind millions of victims and countless humanitarian, social and economic crises. This...

The 2022 FIFA World Cup will be the first held in the Arab world, the first to be played during the winter instead of summer, and the first carbon-neutral World Cup event. Other firsts include building a fully demountable stadium that can later be donated to developing countries in need of such infrastructure, and being the first World Cup to run for 28 days instead of the...

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