His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, has issued Law Number (23) of the year 2018, endorsing the State Budget for 2019 that will commence on January 1, 2019. The budget forecasts a surplus of QR4.3bn, the first budget surplus in 3 years.
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Qatar has successfully managed the fallout from last year's rupture of trade, financial and diplomatic relations with the Quartet consisting of the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Egypt ...
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Moody's Investors Service ("Moody's") has today changed the outlook on the Government of Qatar's long-term issuer ratings to stable from negative and affirmed the long-term issuer and foreign-currency ...
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Expenditure is set at QR206.7bn, up by 1.7% compared to the QR203.2bn budgeted in 2018. Accordingly, the budget is expected to achieve a surplus of QR4.3bn.
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Building on the momentum of its preceding three editions of Government Procurement and Contracting Conference & Exhibition, Moushtarayat 2019 featured 10 workshops with the participation of 40 exhibitors.
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13 June 2019 — Paris, France. H.E. Ali Shareef Al-Emadi, Minister of Finance, met with H.E. Bruno Le Maire, France’s Minister of Economy and Finance.
Thursday 20 June, Muscat — Oman: The Qatari-Omani Joint Committee concluded its 20th session today during which areas of cooperation between the two countries were discussed.
The meeting, which was held in Muscat, was attended by H.E. Ali Shareef Al Emadi, Minister of Finance, who headed the Qatari delegation.