June 2, 2001
Qatar will attract foreign investment to the tune of $15 billion in new industrial projects shortly, said Minister of Energy and Industry Abdullah bin
Qatar granted Lebanon on Friday 40 military vehicles and 20 motorcycles, specially equipped for police use.
Gulf Air is slashing the cost of fares to a number of destinations in Europe, America and Australia by the first of June.
May 31, 2001
The owners of Gulf Air agreed on Wednesday, May 30, to inject 60 million Bahraini dinars ($159.2 million) into the regional airline to help it overcome financial difficulties. Sheikh Ahmed Bin Nasser
DOHA, (Reuters) - Qatar has chosen U.S. firm AES Energy as its partner in a $700 million independent water and power project (IWPP), a Qatari official said on Wednesday, May 30. "We have issued the l
May 30, 2001
Qatar’s electricity and water company has been exempted from paying customs duties and other taxes and fees, according to a law issued by emir, Sheikh
Qatar’s Minister of Energy and Industry Abdullah bin Hamad Al Attiyah suggested Tuesday the establishment of a joint council comprising businessmen fr
May 29, 2001
Qatar and Kuwait discussed Monday ways of exporting Qatari gas to Kuwait, during a meeting between Qatar’s Energy Minister Abdullah bin Hamad Al Attiy
Oman announced on Monday, May 28, that four consortia grouping local and international firms had qualified to bid for contracts to manage and operate two airports the Gulf state is privatizing. Oman'
DOHA, (Reuters) - Qatari Oil Minister Abdullah bin Hamad al-Attiyah said momentum had not slowed on a $3.5 billion project to route Qatari gas to the United Arab Emirates after Enron Corp bowed out of
May 28, 2001
Qatar’s Gulf Air has recorded a 6.9 percent increase in cargo uplift in the first quarter of 2001.
May 27, 2001
Muslim states agreed at the end of a meeting in Qatar Saturday to sever political contacts with Israel "so long as the aggression and blockade against
May 26, 2001
Qatar announced that it has huge quantities of gas that make it capable of providing “gas for everyone in the world.”
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat blasted Saturday the United Nations Security Council for its “failure to stop Israel’s aggression against the Pale
Bahrain’s Ambassador to Qatar Issa Mohammed Al Jamea died in Qatar Friday of a heart attack.