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The final draft of sponsorship law will be ready by the year-end, with more reforms in labour practices in the country in pipeline, announced a government statement yesterday.
The cost of construction materials in Qatar is likely to surge, as the Qatar intensifies infrastructure building and completion of other building projects ahead of the 2022 World Cup, say industry experts.
The number of Qatari women employed in the private sector has increased six fold in twelve years, with their ratio having gone up from 2.
The government sector will reduce work hours to five hours for its employees during the fasting month of Ramadan, which begins from middle of this month.
Beginning 15th June, no stickers would be placed on passport of expatriates and their dependents who are issued Residence Permits (RP) or whose RP are being renewed.
The focus on infrastructure development will continue in Qatar based on the original plans of the country.
The land prices in Qatar are extremely high, and 10 times that of developed markets.
The Made in Qatar exhibition will be unveiled at the Doha Exhibition Centre today.
About 1,130 exhibitors from over 40 countries have participated in this years edition of Project Qatar, which successfully concluded last week in Doha.
The Minister of Commerce and Economy, HE Sheikh Ahmed bin Jassim bin Mohamed al Thani, yesterday unveiled Cityscape Qatar, the mega real estate exhibition held under the patronage of the Prime Minister and Interior Minister, HE Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al Thani.
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