International Trade in Qatar

International Trade in Qatar

Qatar is a rich country and after Liechtenstein, has the second highest per capita income in the world.  For Several years, Qatar has shown the strongest growth in the world, despite a slight drop due to the crisis in 2008, which has been improving since 2010 when the country again showed... Read more

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Economic Overview

Qatar is a rich country and after Liechtenstein, has the second highest per capita income in the world.  For Several years, Qatar has shown the strongest growth in the world, despite a slight drop due to the crisis in 2008, which has been improving since 2010 when the country again showed a double-digit growth (14%). Estimates for 2011 are between 16% and 18%. The country is one of the richest and most creditworthy in the regin. This is mainly due to the last years' boom in the prices of petrol, to a very efficient policy of economic diversification and to the launch of numerous large-scale projects. The slowdown of the world economy leading to the decline in the prices of petrol in 2009 had a relatively strong impact on the country, however, the increase in strength of the gas production program should sustain, in a long-lasting manner, the GDP increase in the coming years. As the third largest producer of gas in the world, Quatar holds 16% of the world's reserves, which equals around 250 years of possible expoitation.

The country's dependence on gas and, to a lesser extent, on oil forced the Quatarian authorities turn to economic diversification. Apart from its ga...

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