Investments in Quatar
The Qatari economy is a shining example of how to manage the challenge of oil and gas wealth. Bountiful natural resources have afforded Qatar some of the Highest per capita GDP figures in the world. By encouraging substantial foreign oil and gas investment over the last decade, Qatar has become the world’s top liquefied natural gas (LNG) producer, with 15% of the world’s total reserves located in the Gulf nation. By encouraging FDI, the government aims to develop Qatari industry and drive diversification. With exports in mind, development is focused around the key ports of Ras Laffan and Mesaieed, which are already crucial centers for the energy industry. The Qatar-Bahrain Causeway, and the New Doha International Airport, when finished, will further expand the peninsula nation’s role as a major regional hub. Qatar’s economic landscape will continue to develop before the world’s attention turns to the nation for the 2022 World Cup” (source: The Business Year – Qatar 2011).The Qatar National Vision 2030 programme is based on economic diversification offering a greater role for the private sector in this development process, encouraging the establishment of more partnerships between Qatari businessmen and their counterparts from its main trading partners and investors from around the world.
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