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Qatar's gaming culture levels up

China Daily 07 Jul 2022
Virtuocity, part of Qatar's broad push to diversify its economy away from energy by 2030, aims for a slice of the fast-growing global esports market whose annual revenues are estimated at more than $1 billion ... He first represented Qatar in 2017 in the soccer game FIFA and took the national team to 10th place in the world rankings early last year.
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Roundup: Indonesia to begin supplying chickens to Singapore

China.dot.org 07 Jul 2022
According to the ministry, Indonesia is exporting its poultry products such as hatching eggs, day-old chicken, and chicken carcasses to countries, including Myanmar, Japan, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. The Southeast Asian biggest economy has been promoting its poultry ...
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Qatar's Economy Grows 2.5% In First Quarter Of 2022

MENA FN 06 Jul 2022
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) QNA Doha. The Qatari economy achieved a Real Economic Growth Rate - at constant prices - of 2.5 percent during the first quarter of 2022 on an annual basis, according to ... .
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Qatar’s ‘majlis’ gamers target eSports big leagues

Manila Standard 06 Jul 2022
Virtuocity, part of Qatar’s broad push to diversify its economy away from energy by 2030, aims for a slice of the fast-growing global eSports market whose annual revenues are estimated at more than $1 billion ... Q” on social media — is another early eSports supporter in Qatar who dares to dream big.
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New Orders, Output Signal 'Record' Improvement In Qatar Non-Oil Economy: QFC

MENA FN 06 Jul 2022
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Driven by new orders and output components, Qatar's non-oil economy signalled a second successive record improvement on an annualised basis in June 2022, as staffing levels ... .
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Qatar’s economy grows 2.5% in first quarter

FX Empire 05 Jul 2022
DUBAI (Reuters) – Qatar’s economy grew 2.5% in the first quarter from a year earlier, although the growth fell slightly from the previous quarter, official estimates showed on Tuesday. Qatar’s real gross ... ($1=3.6400 Qatar riyals).
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Qatar's economy sees 2.5% growth in first quarter

Your Middle East 05 Jul 2022
In 2022, the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region’s output is projected to increase by 5.3%. Qatar’s GDP expanded by 2.5% in the first quarter of this year compared to…. ... .
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FIFA World Cup tickets: Last time to purchase Qatar World Cup 2022 tickets; Here's how to purchase | Mint

Live Mint 05 Jul 2022
 Qatar will host FIFA World Cup from November 21 to December 18 at eight stadiums in and around the capital, Doha. The Qatar World Cup 2022 tickets will be on a first-served basis ... Qatar expects November’s soccer World Cup to add as much as $17 billion to its economy, lower than a previous estimate of $20 billion.
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Qatar's 'majlis' gamers target eSports big leagues

Urdu Point 05 Jul 2022
Virtuocity, part of Qatar's broad push to diversify its economy away from energy by 2030, aims for a slice of the fast-growing global eSports market whose annual revenues are estimated at more than $1 billion ... He first represented Qatar in 2017 in the football game FIFA and took the national team to 10th place in the world rankings early last year.
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Qatar’s ‘majlis’ gamers target eSports big league

Manila Standard 05 Jul 2022
Virtuocity, part of Qatar’s broad push to diversify its economy away from energy by 2030, aims for a slice of the fast-growing global eSports market whose annual revenues are estimated at more than $1 billion ... Q” on social media—is another early eSports supporter in Qatar who dares to dream big.
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Major Gulf bourses ease in early trade on fuel demand concerns

Reuters 05 Jul 2022
Register. The company had raised 1.7 billion dirhams ($462.87 million) from investors by offering 625 million ordinary shares in its IPO at 2.67 dirhams a share ... Separately, Qatar's economy grew 2.5% in the first quarter from a year earlier, although the growth fell slightly from the previous quarter, official estimates showed on Tuesday ... ....
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Record High Output, New Orders, Purchasing Activity Point To Rapid Expansion In Qatar's Non-Oil Economy: NBK

MENA FN 04 Jul 2022
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Rapid expansion in Qatar's non-oil economy is seen in record high output, new orders and purchasing activity based on June's headline Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI), ... .
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GCC share markets down in June over global cues: Markaz

Gulf Daily News 03 Jul 2022
Qatar and Dubai indices declined by 5.6% and 3.7% respectively over the same period ... Most of the GCC central banks also raised interest rates during the month, with UAE, Qatar and Bahrain raising rates by 75 bps each and Saudi Arabia raising rates by 50 bps, in response to U.S Fed’s 75 bps rate hike.
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Afghan Taliban hold 1st major clerical meetup since takeover

The Associated Press 30 Jun 2022
ISLAMABAD (AP) — Afghan finance and central bank officials from the Taliban-led government departed for Qatar on Wednesday to meet with U.S ... officials were slated to meet in Doha, Qatar on Wednesday to discuss Afghanistan's economy and banking sectors, among other issues, said Taliban Foreign Ministry spokesman Hafiz Zia Ahmad.
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Taliban, U.S. to meet about Afghan relief

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 30 Jun 2022
ISLAMABAD -- Afghan finance and central bank officials from the Taliban-led government departed for Qatar on Wednesday to meet with U.S ... The U.N ... officials were slated to meet in Doha, Qatar on Wednesday to discuss Afghanistan's economy and banking sectors, among other issues, said Taliban Foreign Ministry spokesman Hafiz Zia Ahmad ... .

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