June 25, 2001
A high-ranking official in Pakistan’s Ministry of Oil and Natural Resources has revealed that the government recently received a proposal for the construction of a gas pipeline between Qatar and Pakis
Qatar's Ras Laffan Liquefied Natural Gas Co. (RasGas) signed a deal Sunday, June 25, to export 3.5 million tons of liquefied natural gas (LNG) a year to Italian company Edison Gas, the QNA news agenc
June 24, 2001
The head of the Hamas Islamic resistance movement’s politburo says that the Jordanian government’s hard line on the exile of Hamas’s Ibrahim Ghoshe ha
Qatar on Saturday called for an emergency UN Security Council meeting to discuss the “dangerous situation in the Palestinian territories.”
Jordan on Saturday said that an attempt by Qatar's ambassador to leave Jordan along with a Qatari Airways flight crew “violated international laws.” B
Brunei will open an embassy in Doha soon, said Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabor Al Thani on Saturday.
The Qatari Government has recently announced its intention to diversify its income sources. The small Gulf country aims to reduce its reliance on the volatile overseas oil markets.
Official statistics reveal that the value of exchanges between Qatar and France equaled 1.8 billion Qatar riyals ($494 million) in the year 2000.
The Qatari Fertilizer Company (QAFCO) recently commissioned a number of banks to provide the company with a $400 million loan.
June 23, 2001
Jordan on Friday denied preventing the Qatari ambassador from leaving the kingdom along with the three-member crew of a Qatari Airways aircraft ground
June 22, 2001
Jordanian security authorities on Friday barred from returning home the remaining crew of the Qatar Airways plane grounded at Amman airport since land
June 21, 2001
A giant petrochemical unit will go fully operational in Qatar on Thursday.
A task force comprising senior officials of the ministries of public health and municipal affairs has been formed to coordinate the malaria eradicatio
June 20, 2001
Although the number of Internet cafes in Qatar does not exceed 20, the market is characterized by aggressive competition.
Gulf International Bank (GIB) and Commercial Bank of Qatar announced on Tuesday, June 19, the arrangement of a $25 million loan to Al-Fardan Group of Companies.