Why Qatar?

Economic Resilience: Inclusive Growth

Why Qatar?

The State of Qatar is a sovereign and independent state in the Middle East. Doha is its largest and capital city, where more than 90 per cent of the country’s population live. Interestingly, Qatar is home to more than 85 nationalities that make up more than three quarters of its population. 

It is strategically located at the crossroads of the three continents of Asia, Africa and Europe. Qatar is an amalgam of a cosmopolitan society with old world traditions that stem from its deeply-rooted culture. As one of the world’s rapidly developing economies, Qatar is fast becoming a popular destination for both leisure and business. 

Doha is known for its eclectic mix of old and ultra-modern architecture. The thriving city showcases an amazing array of buildings including Souq Waqif, The Pearl, Qatar University and the latest by renown French architect, Jean Nouvel, the National Museum of Qatar.  

With its biggest revenue coming from hydrocarbon resources, Qatar is one of the world’s most important producers of oil and gas and it is effectively diversifying its economy to be future ready. In the past few years, plenty has been invested into infrastructure and significantly on ensuring that the country is convenient for the global business community to do business. 

Today, advances in economic, politics, human and social developments continue in leaps and bounds under the governance of His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani since 2013. 

Qatar is the host for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. 

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