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Qatar to invest £10 billion in key industries in UK

Khaleejtimes 24 May 2022
Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday hosted the Amir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al Thani, and the two leaders ...

GCC economies to expand by 5.9% in 2022: World Bank

Gulf Daily News 24 May 2022
The economies of the GCC are projected to expand by 5.9% overall in 2022, with this recovery likely to continue in the medium-term, driven by the hydrocarbon and non-hydrocarbon sectors, said the World Bank in a new report ... Bahrain’s economy is expected to accelerate in 2022 to 3.5%, boosted by surging energy prices ... Qatar.

Qatar Airways Well Positioned To Support Recovery Of Aviation Industry

MENA FN 24 May 2022
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) Sachin Kumar . The Peninsula Qatar Airways Group is well positioned to support the recovery of aviation, and the world economy at large, said H E Akbar Al Baker, Group ... .

Saudi economy to grow 7 percent in 2022, ahead of other GCC countries: World Bank report

Arab News 23 May 2022
Oman’s economy will grow by 5.6 percent this year, followed by followed by Qatar and the UAE at 4.9 percent and 4.7 percent respectively ... Oman’s economy will grow by 5.6 percent this year, followed by followed by Qatar and the UAE at 4.9 percent and 4.7 percent respectively.

Thermo Fisher Scientific and Qatar Genome Program Partner to Advance Precision Medicine

The Joplin Globe 23 May 2022
Radja Badji, genome operations manager at Qatar Genome Program ... About the Qatar Genome Program ... Qatar Foundation – Unlocking Human Potential. Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development (QF) is a non-profit organization that supports Qatar on its journey to becoming a diversified and sustainable economy.

Fifa World Cup fever: UAE-Qatar airfares jump nearly 1,900%

Khaleejtimes 23 May 2022
Airfares from the UAE to Qatar have skyrocketed ahead of the Fifa World ...

Digital Economy Minister Receives Qatar's Silatech Delegation

MENA FN 22 May 2022
(MENAFN - Jordan News Agency) Amman, May 22 (Petra)- Minister of Digital Economy and Entrepreneurship Ahmed Hanandeh on Sunday met with a delegation from Qatar's Silatech on ways of enhancing ... .

A lesson from the Ukraine war: Secure our semiconductor supply chains

The Hill 22 May 2022
Countries can rush to cobble together alternative supplies — witness Germany’s scramble to build liquefied natural gas terminals and ink a supply deal with Qatar. But the immense fixed costs mean that leading European economies such as Germany and Italy are largely at the mercy of existing dispositions.

Qatar, Germany sign energy deal

Middle East Monitor 21 May 2022
Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani and German Economy Minister Robert Habeck signed a declaration of intent to deepen cooperation during the ...

Germany, Qatar sign energy partnership agreement

FX Empire 20 May 2022
BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany and Qatar signed on Friday a declaration to deepen their energy partnership, with a focus on trade in hydrogen and liquefied natural gas (LNG), as Europe’s biggest economy looks for alternative supplies amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine ... Qatar’s Emir ...

War updates: Russian forces turn Donbas into 'hell,' Zelensky says

The Telegraph India 20 May 2022
Qatar hopes to deliver LNG to Germany by 2024 ... Qatar wants to start supplying Germany with liquefied natural gas (LNG) by as early as 2024, a top official has told a German newspaper ... German Economy Minister Robert Habeck visited Qatar and the UAE in March to discuss potential gas imports from the Middle Eastern countries.

Nevada, Clark County end emergency declarations for pandemic

Caledonian Record 20 May 2022
Today, we are turning the page on the State of Emergency caused by COVID-19 and are laser focused on ensuring our recovery from the public health, fiscal and economy crisis serves the needs of Nevada’s families,” Sisolak, a Democrat running for reelection, said Thursday in a statement ... Qatar to boost investment in Spain by $4.9 billion.

The AP Interview: US trade rep. sees opportunity in recovery

Caledonian Record 20 May 2022
BANGKOK (AP) — With world economies all suffering from more than two years of the coronavirus pandemic and global supply problems exacerbated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the United States has an “incredible opportunity” to engage with other nations on a common playing field and forge new partnerships and agreements, the top U.S.

Appeals court: Sex crime conviction stands in Sturgis sting

Caledonian Record 20 May 2022
STURGIS, S.D. (AP) — The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled a sex crime conviction doesn’t require that there's an actual victim ... The agent, posing as a pimp, told Slim he could meet a 15-year-old girl ... More from this section. +5. Qatar to boost investment in Spain by $4.9 billion. +7. Economy, China, climate dominate as Australia set for polls. +2.

Fauci urges college grads to stand against disinformation

Caledonian Record 20 May 2022
BRISTOL, R.I. (AP) — Dr. Anthony Fauci urged graduates of Roger Williams University on Friday to fight what he called the “normalization of untruths,” which has become a growing and more troubling problem during the COVID-19 pandemic ... +5. Qatar to boost investment in Spain by $4.9 billion. +7. Economy, China, climate dominate as Australia set for polls.

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