Agriculture

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Hacked By Andromax Team Squad

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Banking & Finance

What’s Next for Qatar’s Banks?

The Qatari banking system is displaying capital ratios well in excess of international norms, low levels of non-performing loans and profitability that is comparable to that reported by the most successful global banks. Qatar’s banks are also operating in one of the world’s fastest growing economies and they enjoy the support of a government determined to have Qatari institutions – political, financial and social – punching above their weight in regional and international affairs. The authorities have made clear that they want the nation’s banking and financial system to become a global financial center with a reputation and scale to match Qatar’s global ambitions – and with the ability to overtake other regional financial centres such as Bahrain and Dubai.

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Construction

The Challenges Ahead

The task Qatar faces over the next seven years is globally unprecedented as is the level of expenditure on a per capita basis, but Doha appears willing and able to rise to the challenge.

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Culture

Homing in on Heritage

Qatar is currently investing heavily in its heritage, from the construction of museums, restoration of forts and houses to archaeological excavations and surveys. This investment forms part of the Qatar National Vision 2030 with its emphasis on national identity and cultural development to establish Qatar as the cultural center of the Islamic world. The cultural agenda is also manifest in the development of Hamad bin Khalifa University, a conglomeration of foreign universities based at Education City each specializing in a subject area, such as Texas A&M teaching engineering, and UCL Qatar, a branch campus of University College London, teaching Masters courses in cultural heritage (Archaeology, Conservation and Museum Studies). This article explores some of the recent cultural heritage development, and UCL Qatar’s involvement in heritage teaching, research and practice.

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Economy & Int'l Relations

Funding Businesses in the Middle East: Challenges and Opportunities

The private sector is the main engine of economic development, creating jobs and wealth. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) contribute the bulk of this wealth creation. For example, the Interna

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Education

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Energy

Moving Beyond Energy

Japan Earthquake of 2011. Qatar was one of the first countries to extend help to Japan, and with the largest support in the world, as it provided reconstruction assistance of $100 mn along with additional supply of a huge amount of LNG and LPG (liquefied petroleum gas).

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Environment

Implementation of Sound Policies to Secure the Future Supply of Water in the Arabian Gulf Region

Achieving water security is one of the strategic priorities of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC); water resources are scarce, demand for water is increasing with rapid urbanization and ongoing economic and population growth, and there are rising environmental concerns regarding dwindling natural water sources and growing pollution.

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Healthcare

How Abu Dhabi can Use PPPs for Better Healthcare

The Abu Dhabi healthcare sector has undergone important changes in recent years. The government has liberalized the market, encouraging the participation of private providers, such as leading foreign

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ICT

Advancing the Arabic Language Online A Brief Examination of Public Open Spaces in the City of Doha

The Qatar National Vision 2030, published in 2008, sets forward a framework to diversify the nation’s wealth and to secure its long–term future by becoming a knowledge economy through focusing commitm

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Industry & Mining

Emiratization and the Private Sector: Challenges and Opportunities in a Diversified Economy

The year 2013 has been declared as the year of Emiratization, with ambitious goals to increase the number of Emiratis employed in the private sector. In support of this program the ‘Absher’ initiative

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Real Estate

Image Making and the Multiple Architectural Identities of a Growing Metropolis

The interest in creating meaningful places within the professional and academic communities always result in a wide spectrum of approaches to place and image making. Architects and urban designers wi

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Retail

On Solid Foundations: The Commercial and Retail Outlook

Commercial demand returned in 2012 to the highs recorded prior to the financial crisis, and the segment is set for diversification to meet demand. Retail space continues to expand, and the organized retail market outlook remains fundamentally sound.

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Tourism

Le Royal: A New Player in Qatar's Hospitality Market

Le Royal Hotels & Resorts, one of the leading hotel companies that were born in Europe, is now ready to introduce its managing expertise in Qatar. Being in the hospitality business is quite challengin

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Transport & Infrastructure

Qatar Promotes Sustainable Mobility Solutions

Environmentally friendly transportation systems are receiving increasing attention in Qatar, and highlights the gas and oil rich state’s willingness to lead the way towards sustainable mobility. Several recent initiatives aimed at promoting electric vehicles (EVs) testify to this commitment.

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