Qatar

August 6, 2001

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Qatar’s Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem Al Thani received on Sunday a written message from his Pakistani counterpart dealing with boosting re

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Qatar Shipping Co. (Q Ship) is expanding its fleet to meet the country’s energy transport needs, its general manager said on Sunday.

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The Qatar Shipping Co. has announced it is expanding its fleet to meet the country’s growing energy transport needs. Q Ship has made a profit of $18.7 million in the first half of 2001, attributed to

August 5, 2001

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The state-run UAE Offsets Group (UOG) said Saturday that it had shortlisted five oil majors to replace the US firm Enron for a stake in a multi-billio

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State-run UAE Offsets Group (UOG) said Saturday, August 4, it has shortlisted five oil majors to replace the US firm Enron for a stake in a multi-billion-dollar project to deliver Qatari gas to the Em

August 2, 2001

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Qatar’s telecom company, Q-TEL, has introduced “user-friendly” customer bills, which the firm says will be more comprehensive and clear.

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Qatar’s Health Ministry has decided to closely examine all unspecified hepatitis cases and specify their nature as part of proper disease prevention a

August 1, 2001

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Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem Al Thani was reported to have visited Israel over the weekend to deliver an official invitation to att

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Three British trade delegations will visit Qatar in October for talks on bolstering bilateral cooperation in the fields of oil and tourism.

July 30, 2001

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ِAn Indian expatriate from the state of Kerala state hanged himself Sunday in his room in Doha, said police sources.

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UAE’s Thuraya Satellite Telecommunications Co. has launched its commercial service in Qatar.

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Qatar, the small, conservative Gulf emirate set to play host to a World Trade Organization (WTO) meeting in November, is caught in the sights of those opposing the likely presence of Israelis and that

July 29, 2001

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Lebanon will host the Arab world’s first anti-globalization forum in the first week of November, before the World Trade Organization conference in Doh

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The former Lebanese Prime Minister Salim Hoss has appealed to Qatar to scrap its plans to hold a World Trade Organization (WTO) conference in November if Israel takes part, a Qatari paper reported Sat

July 27, 2001

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The average Qatari per capita income amounted to $21,800 during the years 1989-1999. This figure is the highest in the Arab world, and amongst the highest per capita incomes worldwide. The UAE holds s