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2/9/2014 - The first phase of the new Port Project, worth QR27bn will get operational by end of 2016 with initial capacity to accommodate about two million containers, which will eventually be increased to six million containers when the project is fully complete by 2020.
2/9/2014 - According to Qatar Central Bank (QCB) report on the Real Estate Price Index (REPI), the average prices for land, commercial and residential properties in June 2014 are 20 percent above their September 2008 peak.
2/9/2014 - With increased influx of workers into the country, current labour accommodations need to be upgraded, and therefore there will be a requirement of atleast one million new beds to accommodate workers, says the estimates by National Human Rights Commission (NHRC).
26/8/2014 - The Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs has set up a special panel to introduce the ambitious Qatarisation process in the private sector.
26/8/2014 - The Family Fun indoor entertainment city spanning 10,000sqm at the Doha Exhibition Centre (DEC) has witnessed entry of atleast 77,000 visitors for the past three weeks, said Qatar Tourism Authority, the organisers of the event.
26/8/2014 - The much-awaited F-Ring Road will link Hamad International Airport (HIA) to Industrial Area Road, and will open by mid-September, Public Works Authority, Ashghal has confirmed.
26/8/2014 - Qatar Airways has announced plans to increase frequency on the popular Doha (DOH)-Dubai (DXB) routes from 26th October, with introduction of additional daily flights to Dubai International Airport and Dubai World Central Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC).
26/8/2014 - The real estate sector in Qatar has seen a good recovery, despite the summer setback as transactions jumped four-fold during second of the month, reports Ezdan Real Estate Company.
19/8/2014 - The Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) has begun its Shopping Fun activity, which forms part of Summer Festival, wherein raffle coupons are being issued in malls across Qatar.
19/8/2014 - Civil engineers and junior executives are much in demand in Qatar, with about 62 percent of employers likely to hire about 10 employees over the next quarter, according to Bayt.
19/8/2014 - Qatar leads real estate growth among the six GCC States, with a combined transaction value of QR6.
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