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Since gaining independence in 1971 Qatar has quickly risen to prominence both regionally and internationally to become an economic, political and cultural powerhouse in the Middle East. With a relatively small local population and substantial revenues generated from having the third-largest proven natural gas reserves globally, Qatar has one...

 

The rapid pace of technological evolution has seen the applications of the internet grow exponentially. Originating as a specialised military technology, digital connectivity has now become a part of the social and economic infrastructure in nearly all world economies. This widespread use of technology is bringing about the Fourth Industrial...

 

It has been more than 10 years since the launch of Qatar National Vision 2030 (QNV 2030), the document in which the government formally revealed its determination to diversify the nation’s economy. Recognising that a reliance on its abundant natural resources for national income left the country vulnerable to the dynamic fluctuations of world...

 

What has been the driving force behind the establishment of the QRDI Council?

 

The resilience of Qatar’s economy has been put to the test not only by the rapid fall in commodity prices that took place from June 2014, but also by the political and economic blockade that was imposed by some neighbouring countries in June 2017. It is therefore significant that in the OBG Business Barometer: Qatar CEO Survey for 2019, the...

 

The world faces significant political, economic and security threats, and challenges that do not respect the national borders of countries and put to the test the UN as a framework for collective security. If the international community wants to achieve security and stability in the world, it should go beyond managing crises and seek...