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The second option for establishing a business in Qatar is a Trade Representative Office, which is a “shop-window” to promote foreign products to Qatari markets, allowing the company to have full ownership.

A trade representative office may have contact with potential clients or exporters to familiarise them with their foreign establishment, but cannot export, import, or sell manufactured samples of goods.

There are no share capital requirements for a Trade Representative Office, and a Trade Representative offices can act as a liaison between foreign offices and Qatar to better understand the market and therefore conduct marketing more appropriately.

Thinking about setting up a Trade Representative Office in Qatar? Give us a call today.

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