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First meeting between Egypt, Qatar held at Foreign Ministry’s headquarters downtown

Egypt Today 05 Feb 2023
... Qatar for Regional Affairs Dr ... “The meeting comes in light of the momentum witnessed by the bilateral relations between Egypt and Qatar, and their desire to build on this rapprochement by coordinating and exchanging views on files of common interest,” Youm7 reported.
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Airbus, Qatar Airways agree to settle bitter A350 paint dispute

Gulf News 01 Feb 2023
Airbus SE and Qatar Airways have agreed to end their long-running battle over flaking paint on the A350 flagship jetliner, averting an open showdown in court between the European plane manufacturer and one of its most important customers ... Qatar will get the A321neo models from 2026, an Airbus spokesman said.
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UN expert: Deaths of Bangladeshi migrants should be probed

Beaumont Enterprise 31 Jan 2023
We have sent a number of communications to Qatar ... Separately, Bangladesh’s High Court on Monday asked the government to provide a list of about 450 Bangladeshi workers who reportedly died in Qatar between 2010 and 2022 while they were engaged in building infrastructure, including stadiums.
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Middle East 'sales diplomacy' picks up speed

Korea Times 31 Jan 2023
The next day, Won arrived in Doha, Qatar, and met with Abdullah Al Subaie, the country's interior minister, and continued efforts to promote the strength of Korea's infrastructure-building abilities ... "Korea will fortify cooperation not only in infrastructure building but also in ...
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Peter Chernin’s North Road Receives $150 Million From Qatar Government Investment Fund

Variety 31 Jan 2023
The funding builds on the capital North Road secured at launch, which ...
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Australia coach Arnold to stay on until end of 2026 World Cup

Gulf News 30 Jan 2023
And the preparation and planning needs to be perfect.” Arnold was widely credited with building a strong bond within a squad that had arrived in Qatar with very low expectations but beat Tunisia and Denmark to secure two wins in one World Cup tournament for the first time.
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Australia coach Arnold to stay on through 2026 World Cup

Reuters 30 Jan 2023
His first task will be to prepare Australia for the Asian Cup back in Qatar early next year ... Arnold was widely credited with building a strong bond within a squad that had arrived in Qatar with very low expectations but beat Tunisia and Denmark to secure two wins in one World Cup tournament for the first time.
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Divestment of LNG plants

Dawn 30 Jan 2023
Qatar has been pursuing creating a comprehensive LNG chain in ... The previous PML-N government took up the two Punjab-based plants in tandem with building the first LNG terminal and signing a long-term LNG supply agreement with Qatar on a war footing to overcome crippling power cuts.
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Top insurance company DESAISIV prepares to launch office in Qatar

MENA FN 30 Jan 2023
(MENAFN) DESAISIV, one of the top commercial insurance data platforms established to support insurers decrease loss ratio is building up its office in Qatar. Cooperating with many Qatari tech ... .
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Charles McGonigal's arrest should make Jared very nervous

Democratic Underground 29 Jan 2023
Remarkably, after years of failed efforts (including overtures to a Chinese company), the Kushners finally were able to sell a 99 year lease on the building to a company called Brookfield Asset Management in August 2018, with funding supplied by Qatar's sovereign wealth fund.
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Transport Sector Growth Drives Qatar Towards 2030 Vision

MENA FN 29 Jan 2023
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) deepak john . The Peninsula Doha. Qatar's transport sector appears well placed to build on its role as an engine for broad-based growth. The public transport system in the ... .
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Saudi Arabia: Will football become a major factor in making an impact on the world map?

The Siasat Daily 29 Jan 2023
Till now, the economic and social impact of football was largely visible only in Latin American countries, but after the successful hosting of the FIFA World Cup by Qatar, the way Arab countries have realised the power of this game and started working in that direction is commendable and also going to become an example of foresight.
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Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani arrives in Riyadh

Gulf News 28 Jan 2023
... insurance cover of domestic workers to labour contracts How a $600 billion fund is building Saudi Arabia’s post oil future Qatar says natural gas markets will remain volatile for years.
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Rod Stewart calls into Sky News about NHS funding, calls on Tories to quit

NME 27 Jan 2023
CREDIT ... Earlier this year, Stewart revealed he turned down almost £1million to perform as part of the Qatar World Cup. Qatar and World Cup organisers FIFA faced extensive criticism regarding the death of migrant workers in the creation of stadiums in the build up to the world cup, and the country’s views on homosexuality, which is illegal in Qatar ... .
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Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar swap their jerseys for hard hats and jackets as ...

The Daily Mail 26 Jan 2023
Building work on the spaces where PSG's first-team will train will be completed in Spring ... Building work on the spaces the PSG team will use will be completed in the Spring, with the first team moving over at the start of pre-season and the academy players also making the switch in January 2024.

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