Riyaz had newly started a textile showroom in Qatar. He wrote a cheque to the wholesaler who he bought the stock from but forgot to sign it. Due to this reason, his cheque bounced. Riyaz then started wondering what could be the other reasons why cheques bounce. Why do cheques bounce? A bounced cheque is a cheque that cannot be processed primarily due to an insufficient amount of money in the account holder’s account. But there are various other reasons as well due to which a
Qatar is a major exporter of gas, and Yasir’s gas business was thriving. But unfortunately, due to the diplomatic rift with the neighbouring nations, it saw economic growth of only 1.4% in 2018, lower than 1.6% in 2017. However, Yasir was relieved when the Qatar Central Bank stated in its 2018 report that ‘despite the slow GDP growth than the previous, economic growth outlook is positive for 2019.’ The central bank also said that economic growth would accelerate remarkably ov
On a sunny morning in the year 2015, Ahmed decided to venture out and set up his own travel agency, so he looked up the National ICT Strategy implemented in Qatar. It had paved the way that leads to the legal formation of an entity. He found out that the strategy improved information access. It also encouraged fairness and transparency in business. One of the major goals was to bring an increase in the literacy rate in the society. The National ICT strategy involves a communi
Shahab It's a bright future in the field of trading and decided to invest through the Qatar Stock Exchange. Qatar stock exchange, established in 1995, is one of the leading stock markets in GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council; the economic union of Arab states ). It was formerly known as Doha Securities Market and later was renamed as Qatar Stock Exchange in 2009. It recently was upgraded by MSCI Inc. (Morgan Stanley Capital International and MSCI Barra) and S&P Dow Jones Indices.