Qatar encourages foreign investment and jiont ventures

January 2000
Middle East;Jan2000, Issue 297, p32
Focuses on the Qatar government's efforts to facilitate foreign investment and joint ventures within its oil and gas industries. Rationale behind the move; Major deals closed in 1999; Market outlook for petroleum and gas products in the region; Pace of exploration and development in the region.


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