Qatar is one of the world's richest countries by GDP per capita, based on a recent study by Forbes. With its high-income economy and booming natural oil and gas and reserves, the country is expected to continue its steady growth in the coming yea..
Qatar is regarded as the richest country in the world with an estimated GDP-PPP $ 132,886. Main revenue and income deriving from the oil and gas resources, have made the country increase its stability in growth and enhancement. The region also ens..
Turkey is quite a preferred destination for expats and tourists. Especially the climate with four seasons and sightseeing opportunities make Turkey attractive. For some expats, buying a home in Turkey is a more profitable option considering the benef..
Are you an expat worker in Qatar and currently facing work-related problems? You are not alone. Nearly 2 million expatriates from across the world are working in Qatar. Even with strict regulations in place, there are some private employers here w..
All expatriates with jobs in Qatar, have duties and obligations to fulfill after signing a contract with their companies. If you are one of the expats still looking for a reliable employer to work with, seek professional support from B2C Solutions..
“B.E.A.C.H - Best Escape Anyone Can Have.” If you're reading this, you're probably a beach bum, an expatriate, or a tourist on a quest for a beach getaway in Qatar. The good news is: This country has a lot of sea e..
Abdullah Al-Mutairi, a young Saudi man, believes that speaking the languages of others is tantamount to building a cultural bridge linking different peoples and races. This belief was the core element in his effort to learn three Indian languages ..
If you live or work in Qatar, you probably have a government-issued health card to avail of the medical services of Primary Health Care Corporation (PHCC) Health Center. Where you first registered your health card is where your health center is us..
Doha: The Ministry of Interior has urged those who have broken the rules of Law No. (21) for the year 2015, which regulates the entry and exit of expatriates and their residence, to take advantage of the grace period before it expires on March 31, 20..
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