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Posted on December 06, 2010

Qatari planners met here yesterday and decided to launch a staggering 200 projects in different areas by the first quarter of next year, saying these ventures would herald the start of preparations for the 2022 World Cup Soccer.

“Decks are cleared for the launch of the above projects as part of the National Development Strategy (NDS) 2011-16,” said Dr Ibrahim and Ibrahim, from the General Secretariat for Development Planning (GSDP).

Posted on December 06, 2010

Texas A&M University in Qatar celebrated Qatar winning 2022 FIFA World Cup bid yesterday with an outdoor party at the University’s Engineering Building at Education City.

Posted on December 06, 2010

DOHA QATAR Fuel (Woqod) is planning to open 12 more service stations next year.

Talking to Qatar Tribune after opening the new service station in West Bay on Sunday, Woqod Vice- Chairman and Managing Director Mohammed Turki al Sobai said, “The planned service stations are currently under construction.

Posted on December 05, 2010

DOHA: With an expected increase in seasonal flu incidence this winter, the Supreme Council of Health (SCH) will launch a nationwide anti-seasonal influenza immunisation campaign today.

Posted on December 05, 2010

Posted on December 04, 2010

Ghana is in talks with Qatar to set up a joint venture company by early next year to produce food for both countries, Ghana's vice president said on Saturday.

Posted on December 04, 2010

Posted on December 04, 2010


HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Energy and Industry on Thursday inaugurated the permanent headquarters of The Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) in Doha. The inauguration ceremony was attended by GECF Secretary General Leonid Bokhanovsky, a number of energy ministers and oil from the forum's member countries in addition to a number of senior officials of Qatar Petroleum (QP).

Posted on December 04, 2010

Posted on December 04, 2010

Qatar Airways plans to expand in Latin America, tapping into rising demand from Brazil and Argentina for international flights, CEO Akbar Al Baker said.

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