March 18, 2001
Gulf states of Qatar and Oman are set to expand cooperation in the fields of telecommunications and postal services.
March 17, 2001
Both Gulf states of Bahrain and Qatar declared victory Friday after the world court divided up the spoils in a long-standing territorial dispute over
March 16, 2001
UNESCO’s Doha office has called for urgent action towards the development of an 'oil spill combat plan' for the Gulf.
By Nigel Thorpe Senior English Editor Albawaba.com -- Amman The final judgement in the case of Qatar versus Bahrain, the
March 15, 2001
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) on Friday attributed the Zubara strip to Qatar and the Hawar islands to Bahrain in its ruling on a territoria
Qatar and the U.A.E. signed on March 14th a long-awaited deal worth $3.5 billion to transport Qatari natural gas to Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
March 14, 2001
Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) signed in Doha on Wednesday an agreement worth 3.5 billion US dollars for carrying Qatari gas to the UAE.
The growth in demand for the clean fuel – natural gas in the Middle East is projected to increase 3.3 percent annually.
Qatar will issue soon a law that bans the use of mobile phones while driving.
The director general of the Qatari Telecommunication Company (Q-Tel), Hamad Bin Abdullah Al-Attiya, stated that the company had drafted a new strategy aiming to compete in both local and regional mark
March 13, 2001
The Arab Towns Organisation (ATO) is to hold a symposium on Islamic architecture in the Qatari capital from March 17 to 19.
About 120 expatriate workers employed by Qatari Gulf Steel Factories have gone on strike protesting against the non-payment of wages.
March 12, 2001
Qatar Petroleum company (QP) will soon sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with ExxonMobil for setting up a facility in the Gulf state for gas-to
March 11, 2001
Standard Poor's said Friday, March 9, it had upgraded its sovereign ratings on the State of Qatar and revised the outlook to positive from stable. It also raised the ratings on Qatar Petroleum, the co
Qatar's Energy Minister Abdullah bin Hamad al-Attiya said he expects OPEC to decide on an output cut next week to make up for oversupply on the world market, in an interview published on Saturday.