New! Qatar Qcs 2010 .pdf Fixed

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New! Qatar Qcs 2010 .pdf Fixed

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New! Qatar Qcs 2010 .pdf

Qatar benefits from a considerable hydrocarbons production, which accounts for more than 90 % of its GDP, but these revenues cannot provide any durable economic growth unless Qatar enhances and explores other productive activities.

This study is about the establishment of an economic model in the Arab Gulf. Three economic sectors are covered in this study: oil, gas and port activities. There are 16 economies in the GCC region and Qatar is the richest and the most developed member of the Arab League. It is located between Saudi Arabia and Iran and has many similarities with a regional energy giant. It is Saudi Arabia’s most important trading partner.

Qatar energy resources are mainly concentrated in Qatar National Petroleum Company (QNPC) that pumps off all the gas and oil coming from Qatar and the surrounding region. Qatar owns several commercial companies with other interests: Qatar Telecom, Qamar, Qatar Airways, Universal Service and Development, Doha Civil Airport Company, Qatar Investment Authority, etc. It also has several international companies: Vitol International Inc. Vitol, the world’s largest oil trader, based in Switzerland. Doha Petroleum, a joint venture between the Qatar National Petroleum Company (QNPC) and Total. Qatar Holding, the investment company which is active in telecom, finance, energy, and construction.

KARIM Hamdi-Qanun is the human resources director of Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA). In his presentation, Qanun addresses the changes in the tourism and human resources sectors in Qatar over the past decade. The presentation also covers the impact of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) labor laws, as they pertain to employees of the tourism industry. To reinforce the presentation, Qanun relates an incident in the course of his work for QTA.

Qatar is considered as a quality and durable leather, it reaches a market worldwide and high-end consumers and the Middle East and the Americas. Its main producers are the United Arab Emirates leather, Saudi Arabia leather and the United States leather. The demand for the product is growing day by day because it has many advantages, such as, economy, durability, robust, high light fast, water resistant, odor resistance, scratch proof. There are currently active in Qatar at least 800 leather manufacturing companies, including over 200 factories, where 1500 workers are employed with direct value of about US$1.2 billion in 2012.
Qatar is a major exporter of natural gas, with reserves totalling 2.7 trillion cubic feet. In 2012, it exported 10.7% of all of the countrys proven natural gas reserves. It exports the majority of its natural gas through the pipeline network of the Qatar Gas Company, which was partially nationalised by the government in 2002. However, to maximize efficiency and reduce costs, all natural gas must transit through the infrastructure of Qatar National Petroleum Company (QNNPC) which was also partially nationalised in 2002 by the government.
Qatar has always been one of the world major investment destinations. It is much more than a destination, it’s a model of country to conduct business. This model is the result of Qatar strategy of diversified business activities, based on a modern democracy and a free market economy. It applies real and progressive policies for the development and the growth of its productive activities, in order to adapt this country to the realities of international economic and to the political and social globalization. The GCC countries are also the main economic and commercial partners of Qatar.