The State of Qatar has in recent times become uncertain to some to invest due to the current crisis, with the situation diffusing, the way Qatar has dealt with the situation has nothing but increased the admiration of the country to its citizens. It has not affected its overall affluence and excellent economic growth. Qatar is due to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup and is also implementing a National Vision for 2030 with four pillars of development.
With Qatar Petroleum releasing news of discovering the world’s largest gas field to the North and a mass of national resources, such as oil, gas and other economic sectors. Qatar opens these sectors to foreign investment.
In an additional determination to appeal to foreign investors, Qatar has a lot to offer alongside a great way of life.
Qatar is excelling in all aspects of the economy as said by the World Bank and ranks number 1 against all in Paying Taxes, and number 6 for Starting a Business against the rest of the Middle East & North Africa. It also has strong performance rates in the IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook 2017.
Qatar is a top business location globally with evidence of strong development in the coming years.
— Venture Partner (@venturepartnerq) August 29, 2017