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Qatar's second edition 'Made in China' in the works

The Qatar Chamber is building on the success of the first edition of the "Made in China" exhibition in Doha with a second edition, scheduled for Nov. 15-18, that will feature more space and more participating Chinese companies. The Qatar Chamber, in collaboration with the Embassy of Qatar in China, has begun a promotional campaign in Beijing for the second edition of exhibition. Read More »

Qatar Chamber requests unbiased reporting on private schools

The Education Committee of Qatar Chamber is appealing to newspapers to be fair and factual in reports involving private schools, asking journalists to confirm all the facts before publishing information. The committee said each private school should elect a communications representative to speak with the press and be responsible for verifying information related to the school. Read More »

Qatar Chamber, Swedish delegation discuss private sector partnerships

Qatar Chamber member Adel Abdulrahman al-Mannai received a delegation of Swedish trade officials in Doha.The Swedish delegation included the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Trade Ambassador of Trade and Promotion Max Bjuhr and Ambassador to Qatar Eva Polana. The group discussed how to build on trade relations between Sweden and Qatar, focusing on expanding private sector collaborations. Read More »

Qatar minister of justice says changes in commercial arbitration law are coming 

Qatar Minister of Justice Hassan Lahdan Saqr Al Mohannadi said the nation will have new laws related to commercial arbitration within the next six months during the 11th Conference of Gulf Cooperation Council Lawyers and Arbitrators. The conference, which concluded Sunday, featured a speech by Bandar bin Salman Al Saud, honorary chairman of the ad hoc GCC Lawyers’ Association. Read More »

Qatar Chamber of Commerce looks forward to Trans4 exhibition

Officials from the Qatar Chamber of Commerce said recently that the organization intends to have a presence at the third annual International Exhibition for Transport and Logistics (Trans4), which is set for May 24-26, 2016, at the Doha Exhibition and Conference Center. The exhibition will feature exhibitors from the Gulf region's transportation, shipping and logistics sectors. Read More »

Charbel Maakaron named managing partner of Squire Patton Boggs in Doha

The international law firm Squire Patton Boggs has appointed Charbel M. Maakaron as the managing partner of the firm's office in Doha, Qatar; Maakaron succeeds Susan B. Bastress, who served as managing partner in Doha since she established the office there in 2003 -- she has decided to leave Doha so that she can return to her real estate practice in the firm's Washington, D.C., office. Read More »

Qatar Chamber, Logistic Committee reach agreement on Birkat Al Awamir Logistic Area allocation

Qatar’s Logistic Committee and the Qatar Chamber of Commerce have reached an agreement to protect the interests of the beneficiaries of land grants at the Birkat Al Awamir Logistic Area Project. The project is the largest logistics and industrial project in the country's south and is aimed at encouraging the private sector to contribute to Qatar National Vision 2030. Read More »