April 18, 2001
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri arrived in Jeddah on Tuesday for talks with King Fahd and Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdulaziz.
Bahrain and Qatar agreed on Tuesday to set up several joint ventures, paving the way for more cooperation between the two Gulf states.
Commerce One announced Wednesday, April 19, the establishment of Qatar’s first e-marketplace in cooperation with Qatar Telecom (Q-Tel) and The International Investor (TII).
Qatar will sign a deal next month to export up to 1.5 million tons of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Spain, Energy Minister Abdallah bin Hamad Al-Attiya said in comments published Tuesday. "An agreeme
April 17, 2001
Qatar may join the Iranian pipeline project that will supply natural gas to Pakistan.
April 15, 2001
Qatar’s first global business-to-business (B2B) portal will be launched soon by C1ME, the regional distributor for Commerce One.
The joint Qatar-Bahraini higher committee convenes on Monday in Doha as both countries signed an agreement last month to bolster bilateral ties.
Bahrain and Qatar are to launch the first ferry service between the two Gulf neighbors, now the world court has settled their territorial dispute, a newspaper reported Saturday, April 14. "The propos
April 12, 2001
Qatar’s finance ministry will conduct a detailed assessment of the present environmental situation in the Gulf state with the assistance of Japanese e
The great historical series “Zee Qar” is currently being photographed at the Dead Sea and Rum Valley in Jordan. The series is directed by Basel al-Khateeb
Buoyed by the successful resolution of a land dispute between their two countries, the business communities of Bahrain and Qatar appear intent on quickly to patching up bilateral trade relations.
April 11, 2001
US congressmen held talks on Tuesday in Doha with a high-ranking delegation from the Taliban regime, Qatar's Foreign Minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim
Qatar's foreign minister stressed the country's determination to press ahead with its active democratization drive, taking into consideration the soci
Qatar expects foreign companies, mainly from the United States, to invest $15 billion into its energy sector by 2005, Finance Minister Yussef Hussein Kamal said in statements published Tuesday.
April 10, 2001
The American University “Cornell” announced Monday that it would open a branch of its faculty of medicine in Qatar, that will accept Israeli students.