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Qatar floats idea of housing 12,000 football fans on ships

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2015-04-21

Qatar floats idea of housing 12,...

Qatar plans to accommodate some 12,000 football fans on cruise ships during the World Cup in 2022, a spokesman for the Qatar Tourism Auth...

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Middle East oil and gas firms still hiring new staff

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2015-04-21

Middle East oil and gas firms st...

Recruitment of new employees for oil and gas companies outside the Gulf region has slowed down, but businesses in the UAE and the rest of...

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Qatar to host almost 90 major sporting events this year

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2015-04-21

Qatar to host almost 90 major sp...

The Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) has revealed a stellar list of sporting events which are due to take place in the country this year, in...

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2015-04-21

Saudi Health Exhibition and Conferences 2015: Contributing to the growth of the sector in Saudi Arabia

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s (KSA) health sector is expected to drive in a demand for 70,000 more hospital beds by 2016. Looking to address this, the Kingdom is currently witnessing increased construction activ...

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2015-04-21

Qatar to host almost 90 major sporting events this year

The Qatar Olympic Committee (QOC) has revealed a stellar list of sporting events which are due to take place in the country this year, including the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Athletics Grand Prix and th...

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2015-04-21

Middle East oil and gas firms still hiring new staff

Recruitment of new employees for oil and gas companies outside the Gulf region has slowed down, but businesses in the UAE and the rest of the Middle East continue to push forward with hiring, a new report reveals.
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2015-04-21

Qatar floats idea of housing 12,000 football fans on ships

Qatar plans to accommodate some 12,000 football fans on cruise ships during the World Cup in 2022, a spokesman for the Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA) said.

The proposal for "floating hotels" ...

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